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From Boston’s "Big Dig" to Europe’s "Chunnel," tunnels are rapidly changing the way we get around in the world. But how do they do it? And how has technology advanced since the days of the Roman aqueducts? Join us for a Tech Tuesday look at tunnels.
- Dan McNichol Author of "The Big Dig" (Silver Lining Books); former deputy director of public affairs for the Big Dig Project
- Jack Lemley Chairman of the American Ecology Corporation; and Former Chief Executive of Transmanch-Link, the European consortium which Designed and built the Channel Tunnel
- Lou Viner Senior Manager, Washington Metro
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