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The Transbay Joint Powers Authority released a new photo Thursday of the second smaller crack.
TJPA's executive director says the shoring system will be different sized steel beams and columns from the bridge down to Fremont Street. Cars and buses will be able to drive around it.
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Commuters like Kim McIntyre say traffic has been rough. "When I got off 80 on 7th Street today, it took me 45 minutes just to get half a mile," said McIntyre.
TJPA says it has not found any additional cracks beyond the two.
The shoring system will be installed as early as this weekend.
Happening now - getting the latest on a shoring system of steel beams down to Fremont Street that will be installed to safeguard the Transit Center pic.twitter.com/95BdXsDrm3— Melanie Woodrow (@MelanieWoodrow) September 27, 2018
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The latest on Salesforce Transit Center cracked steel beam fix pic.twitter.com/SnHUaxPXrn— Melanie Woodrow (@MelanieWoodrow) September 27, 2018
More on what’s happening here pic.twitter.com/tDlPL499cR— Melanie Woodrow (@MelanieWoodrow) September 27, 2018