WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2013 Photo: Ready to dig in Tunnel vision: A crew member, in red at right, is dwarfed by the 57 1/2-foot cutting face of a giant boring machine aboard a ship from Japan Tuesday. The $80 million machine was built at a factory in Osaka. Its 41 pieces will be reassembled in a pit to begin the yearlong dig to create a 2-mile tunnel under downtown Seattle. Tunnel vision: A crew member, in red at right, is dwarfed by the 57 1/2-foot cutting face of a giant boring machine aboard a ship in Seattle’s Elliott Bay on Tuesday. The $80 million machine was built at a factory in Osaka, Japan. Its 41 pieces will be … Twitter Facebook Email Reddit Published: April 3, 2013, midnight Click here to comment on this story » Most recent City new Forest Service, Fairchild solve mystery of plane crash discovered in the Colville National Forest new Spokane airport rated tops for terminal access and parking new 100 years ago in Spokane: Woman confesses role in armed robbery new Then and Now: Universal Auto Co. Shooting on lower South Hill results in minor injuries Witnesses say WSU football players assaulted 2 students 7 Saving for the future sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.