Seattle Tunnel Machine Begins Work AgainThe machine digging a tunnel to replace Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct has resumed work
Alaskan Way Viaduct To Close This Weekend For Inspections
State Says Seattle Tunnel Delays Could Cost $78 millionThe Washington State Department of Transportation says it expects to lose $78 million because the machine digging the tunnel to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct in Seattle broke down.
Miserable Commute On Viaduct Caused By Oversized Load Getting StuckA flatbed truck hauling two giant spools got stuck on Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct, temporarily blocking traffic on the elevated roadway.
Transportation Officials Say New Cracks On ViaductThe latest inspection of the Alaskan Way Viaduct found additional ground settlement, wider cracks and two new cracks on columns near the area where the Seattle Tunnel Partners are working to fix Bertha, the giant tunnel boring machine that is supposed to dig the highway tunnel to replace the viaduct along Seattle's waterfront.
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.
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.
Workers Prepare To Lift Part Of Tunnel Machine Out Of PitThe contractors building a tunnel under Seattle have invited the media to a special viewing of Bertha, the world's largest tunnel boring machine, as they prepare to pull it out of a pit for repairs.

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