Seattle's Bertha Tunnel Project Plagued By Financial Woes

By Martin Kaste

More than $200 million in cost overruns, lawsuits and delays continue to haunt Seattle’s big dig project. The world’s largest tunneling machine, nicknamed “Bertha,” is now working again, but the complicated fix of an underground breakdown in 2013 has created a huge fight over blame and who pays the tab.

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