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  • J.H. Crawford
    ... Lest we forget, the BigDig is costing as much as 22 of the underground sections. There should be plenty of money! ### J.H. Crawford
    Message 1 of 5 , May 1, 2000
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      Erik Rauch said:

      >Agreed. The Boston area's transit agency is proposing to run an
      >electric bus line, partially underground, as a long-promised
      >replacement for an old elevated metro serving the inner-city area of
      >Roxbury that last ran in 1986 (the so-called "Silver Line",
      >http://brt.volpe.dot.gov/projects/boston.html). However, opponents
      >residents of the area have made a good point that this is inferior and
      >not much cheaper than a metro. The underground section (linking to the
      >new Seaport District) has already seen its estimated budget rise to
      >$600 million.

      Lest we forget, the BigDig is costing as much as 22 of the underground
      sections. There should be plenty of money!



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      J.H. Crawford _Carfree Cities_
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    • Ronald Dawson
      ... That s if there is any money left over? Dawson
      Message 2 of 5 , May 1, 2000
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        J.H. Crawford wrote:

        >Erik Rauch said:
        >>Agreed. The Boston area's transit agency is proposing to run an
        >>electric bus line, partially underground, as a long-promised
        >>replacement for an old elevated metro serving the inner-city area of
        >>Roxbury that last ran in 1986 (the so-called "Silver Line",
        >>http://brt.volpe.dot.gov/projects/boston.html). However, opponents
        >>residents of the area have made a good point that this is inferior and
        >>not much cheaper than a metro. The underground section (linking to the
        >>new Seaport District) has already seen its estimated budget rise to
        >>$600 million.

        >Lest we forget, the BigDig is costing as much as 22 of the underground
        >sections. There should be plenty of money!

        That's if there is any money left over? Dawson
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