Boston's 'Big Dig' Project Chief Quits Matt Amorello quit his position Thursday as chairman of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, which controls the Big Dig -- Boston's $15 billion project to redirect highway traffic through the center of the city. Earlier this month, a woman was killed when concrete panels fell from the ceiling of a highway tunnel. Robert Siegel talks with reporter Fred Thys from member station WBUR in Boston.
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Boston's 'Big Dig' Project Chief Quits

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Boston's 'Big Dig' Project Chief Quits

Boston's 'Big Dig' Project Chief Quits

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Matt Amorello quit his position Thursday as chairman of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, which controls the Big Dig — Boston's $15 billion project to redirect highway traffic through the center of the city. Earlier this month, a woman was killed when concrete panels fell from the ceiling of a highway tunnel, hitting the car she was riding in. Robert Siegel talks with reporter Fred Thys from member station WBUR in Boston.