Bridge demolition done, crews turn to building new rail station in L.A.

Century Boulevard in Los Angeles, which sees about 70,000 vehicles each day, is expected to reopen some of its lanes today after the old Santa Fe railroad bridge was demolished. The demolition over the weekend will make way for a new train station that will be part of the $2 billion Crenshaw rail line. A time-lapse video shows the demolition.

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