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    :: Sunday, February 12, 2006 ::

    Big Dig's big picture: The end is near - By DAN McNICHOL, The Providence Journal, RI
    BOSTON -- Boston's Big Dig, the largest civil project in U.S. history, is nearing the end. It has been 20 years of messy complexities: a mega-project of political might, bureaucratic neglect, engineering marvels, fiscal negligence, remarkable safety, outrageous detours, and promises kept and broken. What should we have expected from a project conceived in a restaurant and born into Boston politics?
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