Yes, the Viaduct is sinking—some would say sagging—in its Pioneer Square parts. But, the Washington State Department of Transportation says not to worry!

It would take an earthquake or similar catastrophe to force a traffic shutdown.

Phew? The state's Viaduct administrator, Todd Trepanier, also attempted to calm people down by telling the Seattle Times: “If the whole Viaduct was settling at the same rate, it could probably settle clear to the ground."