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Green Line extension roundup: Anxiety, anger, and hope

Boston Globe: Tough choices on Green Line project, but it isn’t derailed yet

“Even in the face of stomach-churning runaway costs, the governor is going to find a way to get the Green Line extension done. Greater Boston needs it – and he can’t risk losing nearly $1 billion of federal money for the project.”

Boston.com: “The long, depressing history of Green Line extension cost increases”

Why is the State so bad at estimating these costs, again and again?

Boston Globe: Developers, buyers anxious about Green Line project’s future

“The Green Line extension will lead to economic growth, job creation, revenue generation as well as environmental and quality of life improvements,” a spokesman for the redevelopment team [Union Square Associates] said in a statement. “In the long run, we are confident that the project will move forward because the stakeholders share these objectives and because the cost of not proceeding is enormous.”

WGBH: “‘Oh, God. Here We Go Again. It Never Stops’ – Mike Capuano On The T Green Line Overrun”

Boston Herald: “Capuano: Must continue Green Line plans”

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