Tunnel Project Injuries Result In About $700,000 In ClaimsThe construction craft laborer who lost his foot after it was struck by a falling object had the highest claim to date: $515,525
Seattle Tunnel Machine Begins Work AgainThe machine digging a tunnel to replace Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct has resumed work
Lawmaker: State Shouldn't Pay For Extra Seattle BusesA state lawmaker says he wants to block more state money from going to keep transit buses moving through the construction zone for the Alaskan Way Viaduct tunnel replacement.
State: OK To Restart Digging Of Tunnel Access PitState transportation officials gave Seattle Tunnel Partners the OK on Tuesday to resume excavation on a pit being dug to reach and repair Bertha, the broken tunneling machine.
Sinking Seattle Street ClosedCity and state transportation officials closed a street adjacent to the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project in Seattle because a portion of the road was cracked and sinking
More Delays For $2B Tunnel Project Boring at Seattle's $2 billion tunnel project has been delayed again until next week.
Drilling At Seattle Tunnel Project To Resume Longshoremen picketing the site of Seattle's $2 billion tunnel project have agreed to allow work at the site to proceed while they continue to seek a resolution to a dispute over a handful of jobs at the waterfront site, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Tuesday.

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