The light at the end of the N. Main St. tunnel beneath the Union Pacific Line was obscured for a bit this morning where the northbound side of the road re-emerges into tossed-coffee-cup range of the Burnett Transit Center light-rail stop (atop the topmost overpass in the shot above.) The semi that briefly plugged the hole looks to have scraped its way through the entire length of the tunnel before getting stuck at the northern exit. Transtar pinned the stopup to about 10:38 this morning; not much had changed as of 40 minutes ago (see below), but the road is now marked by professional traffic-watchers as cleared.
The shot above was taken a stone’s throw from those repeatedly roughed up Hardy Yards signage letters.
- Previously on Swamplot: Rail Car of ‘Nonhazardous’ Material Blows Up by the Railroad-Themed Hardy Yards Site; Hardy Yards Signs Back Up, Hardier Than Ever; Hardy Yards Letters Get Roughed Up Again Under the Red Line Overpass; A Look at the Hardy Yards Site Plan Now That All Those Sign Letters Are Back In Place
Photos: David Furcas