It looks like Caltrans could be getting in on the act to help build a proposed high-speed rail line through Fresno.
The Rail Authority wants Caltrans to move two miles of Highway 99 between Ashlan and Clinton 33 yards to the west to make room for the new rail line.
Where it now stands, the highway runs right next to a Union Pacific Railroad yard, leaving no space for the proposed route.
Rail Authority officials say Caltrans' road construction expertise makes it the obvious choice for the job.
Three off-ramps, at Dakota, Shields and Princeton avenues would also have to be relocated.