DOT consultant cites anger over I-77 toll lanes as possible deal breaker

DOT consultant cites anger over I-77 toll lanes as possible deal breaker

N.C. Department of Transportation consultant Mercator Advisors says that intense opposition to the Interstate 77 toll lane project would be “potential justification” for canceling the project. The adviser says the state could back out of its deal with developer I-77 Mobility Partners, but doing so could carry a price tag of up to $300 million. The I-77 project is adding express toll lanes from uptown Charlotte to Exit 36 in Iredell County.

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