A $4.5 million "stem to stern" review of Boston's Big Dig underground
highway system has concluded that the project was well-built overall, but still
needs some repairs.
According to The Associated Press, Massachusetts Gov.
Mitt Romney ordered the review after a woman was killed last summer when
concrete ceiling panels in one of the tunnels collapsed onto her car.
While the review says most of the $14 billion-plus project
is in good shape, it does call for improvements in the fire-detection system
and the backup generators for lighting.