The Breaking Point: Tunnel Trouble

“I think in 10 years, there’s a high possibility, and in 20 years, there’s almost a guarantee that one of those tunnels would have to be taken out of service for major, major repairs,” says Tom Wright, president of the Regional Plan Association, which tries to do the long-term planning that often escapes politicians.

“That would have economic repercussion for the entire northeast. You would be able to see it on the economic scale of the United States,” he says.

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