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Russell Roberts

The rotary's gone, but the Cape's problems aren't

By Russell Roberts
November 6, 2006

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THE SAGAMORE ROTARY is gone, and the rejoicing is near universal. Killing a bottleneck that delayed traffic to and from the beaches of Cape Cod certainly seems worthwhile, even if the execution required $33 million. The engineers have triumphed. Nothing could be more straightforward: When you see a bottleneck, open it up. Visions of convertibles dance through our heads -- ... (Full article: 682 words)

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