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Revived plan for detour on Esplanade stirs outrage

State touts savings during tunnel project

By David Abel
Globe Staff / August 16, 2007

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The Patrick administration revived a plan last night to build a temporary bypass road through the Charles River Esplanade to expedite reconstruction of the crumbling Storrow Drive tunnel, igniting outrage among residents who decried the damage that would be inflicted on the widely used park in Boston's historic Back Bay. (Full article: 878 words)

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