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No construction workers could be seen yesterday at the mouth of the Interstate 90 connector eastbound (left), but officials said engineers were working in the roof.
Eastbound tunnel

Ramp reopening uncertain

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / July 23, 2006

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The Massachusetts Highway Department yesterday was still uncertain when the ramp leading to the eastbound Ted Williams Tunnel in South Boston would reopen, despite Governor Mitt Romney's initial hope that passenger cars would be able to begin using it again tomorrow. (Full article: 267 words)

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