Let's see now. The Calatrava bridge over the Canal Grande, connecting the train station with Piazzale Roma was supposed to be completed in June 2004. Febuary 2006: no bridge. Cost overruns are reported to be in the 1 million euros plus territory.
Glancing at my watch, it appears to be time to sue someone.
Accordingly, there's been an official inquiry into the delays, and yesterday, the engineer and architect responsible for the audit concluded that the construction company made serious judgment errors in estimating costs, anticipating the archeological challenges, and even the in the way in which the bridge's construction materials were spec-ed out.
Next up, lawyers. Lots of them. The sharks are circling around famed Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava himself, among others.
Not sure if there's even a fake date for anticipated completion of the bridge.