Be careful what you wish for, because in the unlikely event Boston were to be awarded the games, life here would change. Is it a change really you want?
Christy Mihos spoke with WBZ about his new book exposing a culture of corruption connected to the Big Dig, and his recent personal issues.
The state will have to shell out more than $1 million to fix 15 broken fire hydrants in South Boston.
The highest court in Massachusetts has dismissed a lawsuit that claimed tolls on the Pike were illegally being used to pay for the Big Dig highway project through downtown Boston.
The cost of the Big Dig, including interest on borrowing, has mushroomed to nearly $24.3 billion, strangling the state’s ability to fund other critical transportation projects, a legislative oversight hearing was told on Tuesday.
Repairs are underway on the Haymarket and Sumner Tunnel ramps to Route 93.
Think of all the unrealistic expectations and grandiose promises about the Big Dig that led us to this depressing point.
State highway administrator Frank DePaola told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Thursday they’ll fix an area where the concrete is crumbling.
The Big Dig has left a gaping financial hole in the state’s transportation budget that isn’t likely to be filled anytime soon.
A new report is casting doubt on whether there’s a “sinkhole” under the Big Dig after all.