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Thumbnail for - Sawant Critical of $15 Oversight Plan (and $140 Million Tunnel Contingency Plan)
Feb 10, 2015
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News featuring the tunnel, the $15 minimum wage, and Kshama Sawant
Thumbnail for - WSDOT Map Shows Worst Damage
Dec 11, 2014
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News featuring sinking, parking, and poverty.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Updates on SR-520 Plans
Sep 11, 2014
PubliCalendar
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Ending Homelessness Through "Progressive Engagement"
Sep 9, 2014
PubliCalendar
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - Another Delay In Tunnel Project
Jul 28, 2014
This Washington
Tunnel contractor says the project will be delayed again, adds that his firm is "hopeful" that dispute with the state over who pays "never gets to [lawsuit] stage."
Thumbnail for - WSDOT Head: "We Are Concerned" About Future of Tunnel Project
Apr 30, 2014
Transportation
State transportation secretary Lynn Peterson says she's "concerned" about the future of the tunnel, "given the history of issues on this project."
Thumbnail for - WSDOT: Tunneling Won't Start Until March of Next Year
Apr 21, 2014
Transportation
The state Department of Transportation now says the tunnel-boring machine, which the state initially said might start up again in September, won't get back to work until March 2015.
Thumbnail for - WSDOT: Tunnel Repairs Likely More Extensive Than Previously Anticipated
Apr 3, 2014
Transportation
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 - One (Unanswered) Question for WSDOT on the Tunnel
Mar 13, 2014
One Question
One unanswered question for WSDOT on the deep-bore tunnel.
Thumbnail for - WSDOT: More Details on Tunnel Machine Test, Repairs
Mar 4, 2014
Transportation
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.
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