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Doubts meet panel's warning

Legislators query road, transit costs

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / April 10, 2007

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Lawmakers on a legislative Transportation Committee, wary of being forced to bail out state transportation agencies with unpopular new taxes and tolls, questioned the findings of a report issued last month that said Massachusetts roadways and rail systems need an appropriation of as much as $19 billion to keep them from falling into dangerous disrepair. (Full article: 597 words)

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