Watch two WSDOT videos to see what’s happening in Seattle’s basement
5,280 feet down, 3,990 feet to go
Forget superheros and zombies, spend Halloween as something much more Seattle-y
These days, Bertha seems to get going a lot faster than expected
The tunnel boring machine is making good time these days
The tunnel underneath Seattle is finished, but not the one you’re thinking of
Ever since she restarted, Bertha has been moving forward without many problems
As a reminder, Bertha was originally supposed to be surface in South Lake Union in October 2014 and the tunnel was supposed to open by the end of 2015.
Wednesday, WSDOT announced that Bertha the boring tunnel machine had reached her latest goal and had officially moved past the Alaskan Way Viaduct.