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Thumbnail for - Wednesday Jolt: The Tunnel and the Minimum Wage
May 21, 2014
Afternoon Jolt
THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED: The day's winners and losers.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar Extra
Apr 3, 2014
An extra pick for civic nerds.
Thumbnail for - WSDOT: Tunnel Repairs Likely More Extensive Than Previously Anticipated
Apr 3, 2014
The state transportation department's tunnel manager says the tunnel contractor has told WSDOT it will have to replace a larger part of the tunneling machine than previously thought.
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: Unjustified Optimism
Mar 27, 2014
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring Mayor Murray on ridesharing, previous forecasts on current forecasts, and traffic on the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
Thumbnail for - Tunnel Update: Tentative Repair Plans and an Archaeological Scavenger Hunt
Mar 13, 2014
State officials announce tentative plans for accessing—and hopefully fixing—the stalled tunnel-boring machine.
Thumbnail for - WSDOT: More Details on Tunnel Machine Test, Repairs
Mar 4, 2014
At a press briefing today, WSDOT provided details about testing the tunnel machine in Japan, and says it's still unclear who will pay for repairs.
Thumbnail for - The Waterfront Gondola is Really Happening (Probably)
Mar 4, 2014
The guy who built the Great Wheel is serious: He's putting a skyway through Union Street.
Thumbnail for - Six Months, Under "Optimistic" Scenario, Before Tunnel Machine Gets Rolling
Feb 28, 2014
Tunnel contractor says it will be six months, optimistically, before the tunnel boring machine might start moving again.
Thumbnail for - One Question About the Tunnel
Feb 7, 2014
One Question
One question for the state DOT about the stalled deep-bore tunnel.
Thumbnail for - Pipe, Left by a Contractor 11 Years Ago, Blocks Bertha
Jan 3, 2014
This Washington
Tunnel-boring machine's major malfunction: A 115-foot-long, eight-inch-wide steel pipe.
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