Weekend Road Closures For SR-99, I-90The Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has announced that work on State Route 99 and Westbound Interstate 90 will force the two roadways to close for the weekend.
Crews Pulling Pieces Of Seattle Tunnel Machine To SurfaceWorkers at the Seattle tunnel project have started pulling pieces of the broken tunnel machine called Bertha to the surface for repairs.
Last Tunnel Worker Remains In Seattle HospitalOne of the Seattle tunnel workers injured in a fall Thursday remains in a hospital.
Four Workers Injured In SR-99 Tunnel Project AccidentAn elevator shaft collapsed as crews were working at the site where a highway tunnel is being built under downtown Seattle
Washington Files $17 Million Lawsuit For Bridge CollapseA lawsuit filed Monday by the Washington State Department of Transportation is seeking at least $17 million to recover costs related to the 2013 Skagit River bridge collapse.
WSDOT Creates Tool To Help Truckers Avoid Low BridgesHoping to avoid a repeat of the 2013 Skagit River Bridge collapse, state transportation officials have created a new online tool to help truckers plan their routes and avoid collisions.
Downtown Tunnel To Open August 2017A new highway tunnel through downtown Seattle won't be open until August 2017, about 20 months behind schedule, state transportation officials said Monday.
Settling Halts Work At Seattle Tunnel ProjectSettling soil has caused a contractor building the Highway 99 tunnel beneath downtown Seattle to stop work on a pit being dug to reach a stalled digging machine known as Bertha, the state said.
Snow Falling On Washington Mountain PassesThe Transportation Department reports snow or ice Thursday morning on most highway mountain passes in Washington.
Tunnel Machine Pit Work To ResumeWashington state archaeologists who took a look at shell deposits found by crews digging a 120-foot-deep pit that will provide access to a stalled Seattle tunneling machine have given the all-clear signal for work to proceed.
Seattle Highway Tunnel Project Hits Another SnagWorkers have stopped digging the pit to rescue the stalled boring machine for a tunnel under downtown Seattle.
Investigation: Seattle Ferry Wasn't Overloaded The investigation report was released Monday under a public records request. It suggests that a malfunctioning hand-clicker used to count the passengers was to blame for the erroneous count.