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Another Wrong Turn

The new u-turn ramp on the Pike has made little impact. Why can't we get our transportation projects right?

(Illustration by Alex Nabaum)
By Phil Primack
June 22, 2008

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To downtown business groups that pushed it, the new U-turn on the turnpike would become the route to hospitality heaven, a badly needed link between Back Bay hotels, the new South Boston convention center, and Logan Airport. According to a 2003 study, about 1,500 vehicles a day would use the ramp by 2010, easing congestion on city streets while making ... (Full article: 745 words)

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