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Turnpike managers scramble for plan B

Authority a victim of recent turmoil in finance markets

By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / March 19, 2008

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The Big Dig's lingering financial hangover and the nation's credit crisis are conspiring against the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority. The result: new monthly debt payments that could reach $2 million a month by January, absorbing a hefty chunk of the funds raised by a recent toll increase. (Full article: 800 words)

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