To repair the I-93 tunnel leak seen here, Big Dig officials have picked a plan that calls for bolting a concrete-encased steel plate over the leak, which has been temporarily plugged since Sept. 15.

Big Dig chooses repair for leak

Plan is least costly of three proposals

By Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / June 22, 2005

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Nine months after a gushing leak erupted in the northbound I-93 tunnel, Big Dig officials have picked the least expensive of three possible repair plans for the wall, according to a government official and a construction industry official briefed on the plan. (Full article: 668 words)

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