Fort Wayne City Utilities will host three public forums to share information with residents about the upcoming Deep Rock Tunnel.
The hardest worker on Fort Wayne’s Deep Rock Tunnel project, at 24-hours a day, will be the Tunnel Boring Machine, which today has been given a name - MamaJo.
At 3:45 this morning MamaJo pounded through bedrock, hitting the milestone of nearly 2.5 miles between the bridge at Van Buren Street and the Norfolk Southern railroad bridge.
The City of Fort Wayne announced on June 30, 2021, that the MamaJo Tunnel Boring Machine has almost completed the 3RPORT Three Rivers Protection and Overflow Reduction Tunnel.
MamaJo is rapidly closing in on the finish line of Fort Wayne City Utilities' 3RPORT Three Rivers Protection and Overflow Reduction Tunnel.
Construction crews at the working shaft of Fort Wayne's deep rock sewer tunnel lowered the first piece of MamaJo, the Tunnel Boring Machine, into the ground today.
Area residents are invited to learn more about Fort Wayne's deep rock tunnel at a community forum on Monday, March 7th.
MamaJo is the hard-working Tunnel Boring Machine that is drilling a tunnel around Fort Wayne called the 3RPORT Three Rivers Protection and Overflow Reduction Tunnel.
Today, after pounding through nearly five miles of bedrock over three years, MamaJo, the Tunnel Boring Machine, called it a day.
The City of Fort Wayne is asking residents to vote on the new name for our Tunnel Boring Machine.
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