DOT's Mineta Wants Probe Of Big Dig

Peacock, Wayne
March 2001
Bond Buyer;03/23/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31103, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on United States Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta's instruction to Inspector General Kenneth Mead to investigate charges that state and federal officials hid information on rising costs at Boston, Massachusetts' Central Artery-Ted Williams Tunnel project. Report from Massachusetts Inspector General Robert Cerasoli that alleged overruns in the project financing were hidden from the public and investors.


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