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New maglev Shinkansen to run underground for 86% of initial route


There’s light at the end of the tunnel, but not much else for passengers to see when they eventually travel on Japan’s new 500 kph maglev train.

Tunnel boring giant reaches its target


The world's largest tunnel boring machine has recently reached final breakthrough on the Sparvo Tunnel in Italy.

Tunnel boring machine to start excavating Bucharest’s future metro line M5 next week


Excavation for metro tunnels on the future new route Râul Doamnei – Eroilor in Bucharest will start on September 25, according to Bucharest metro

Deep Tunnel project nears completion on South Side


A major section of the deep tunnel project is almost done. A large explosion planned at the Thornton Quarry

Second Eglinton Crosstown tunneling machine on the move


While the first machine takes a break, its twin is now driving east toward Keele St

Tunnel-digger Bertha heading back to work


The stranded Highway 99 tunnel machine should restart within a few days, but longshore workers vow to continue the fight for a handful of tunnel-related jobs

Tunnel borer digs under Hwy. 407


The York Region Rapid Transit Corporation reports that tunnel-boring machine Yorkie has dug its way under Hwy. 407 as part of the Toronto-York Spadina subway extension project.

Blasting work to begin on LRT tunnel


The preparation work for one of the largest construction projects in Ottawa’s history is set to hit another milestone on Monday

European build begins for Sydney rail TBMs


French manufacturere NFM Technologies has begun construction of four tunnel boring machines that will deliver 15km of twin tunnels for the AU$8.3bn (£4.8bn) North West Rail Link in Sydney, Australia.

TBMs for Australia’s ‘longest rail tunnels’ to arrive next year


Work has started on the four 900-tonne TBMs for Sydney’s $8.3 billion North West Rail Link. The TBMs will arrive in Australia next year where they will set about constructing two 15km tunnels ...

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