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Agency in red, a landmark goes black

Decorative lights off on Zakim Bridge

The Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge shut off it's familiar blue lights as part of Massachusetts Turnpike Authority cost-cutting efforts. (Globe Staff/Matthew J. Lee) The Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge shut off it's familiar blue lights as part of Massachusetts Turnpike Authority cost-cutting efforts.
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / April 10, 2009

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One of Boston's most recognizable landmarks, the Zakim Bridge, went dark last night as the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority launched its most audacious effort yet to save money and stave off insolvency. (Full article: 746 words)

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