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  • n. Plural form of megaproject.

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Examples

  • Eyman's notion that the public has to vote on tax increases (at least as far as transportation megaprojects is concerned) was at best misguided.

    Sound Politics: Governor Punts, Editorial Boards Applaud. Voters, what say you?

  • Large, one-time infrastructure projects of national significance - "megaprojects" - might be financed by different methods, depending on the project specifics.

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  • So-called "megaprojects" - such as the rehabilitation of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge and Highbridge Interchange Ramps on the Cross Bronx Expressway and the reconstruction of a stretch of Route 17 between exits 116 and 121 in Orange County - won't be affected.

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  • The projects, often referred to as megaprojects, also tend to be large in scope and take years to complete.

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  • He was shocked that valuable resources were being committed to expensive and untested "megaprojects," such as the Deep

    Chicago Reader

  • It was first suggested as one of a series of global "megaprojects" by the Japanese in the 1970s.

    New Statesman

  • The bill calls for creation of an undersecretary for intermodalism and a national transportation plan that emphasizes "megaprojects" to address the country's biggest bottlenecks.

    News

  • Policy makers have a strong penchant for megaprojects backed by individual ministries and give R&D grants based largely on political clout and connections rather than scientific peer review.

    China as an Innovation Center? Not So Fast

  • The 12.1bn yuan £1.1bn facility is the most advanced of a series of showcase megaprojects rising up in the Tianjin-Binhai development zone.

    Can the sea solve China's water crisis?

  • Other sceptics contrarily deride the megaprojects in Tianjin as Potemkin eco-showcases that mask a broader trend of waste and environmental destruction.

    Can the sea solve China's water crisis?

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