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New road could take the strain off D.C. Beltway

Critics see troubles similar to Big Dig's

By Robert Preer
Globe Correspondent / August 3, 2006

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LAUREL, Md. -- Just beyond the Beltway, a new 18-mile highway may soon rise out of a half-century of controversy to cut across the chronically congested suburbs north of Washington, D.C. (Full article: 717 words)

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