BOSTON -- Costs from one of the largest infrastructure projects in the country may be passed on to three of Massachusetts' authorities, according to a new report.

Since the first shovel broke ground in Boston on the Central Artery/Third Harbor tunnel project in the late 1980s, the project has been plagued by cost overruns and delays.

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