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Years later, billions spent, Big Dig finally winds down

Alan Boidi of Randolph dug away inside a tunnel 180 feet below the surface of Dewey Square at Atlantic Avenue and Summer Street in March 1999. Alan Boidi of Randolph dug away inside a tunnel 180 feet below the surface of Dewey Square at Atlantic Avenue and Summer Street in March 1999. (PAM BERRY/THE BOSTON GLOBE /FILE)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / November 20, 2007

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The Big Dig - the massive public works project that brought Boston 16 years of detours, 161 new highway lanes, and endless leaks, lawsuits, and construction bills - is officially coming to a close. (Full article: 618 words)

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