A small group of opponents of the I-77 tolls (from left) Vallee Bubak, Sharon Hudson, and Carole Gibbons, walked from the N.C. State Capitol to the Administration Office Building on Tuesday in an effort to give Gov. Pat McCrory 5,000 petitions from state residents. They also handed out leaflets at the N.C. General Assembly, urging lawmakers to defund and cancel the $655 million project.
A small group of opponents of the I-77 tolls (from left) Vallee Bubak, Sharon Hudson, and Carole Gibbons, walked from the N.C. State Capitol to the Administration Office Building on Tuesday in an effort to give Gov. Pat McCrory 5,000 petitions from state residents. They also handed out leaflets at the N.C. General Assembly, urging lawmakers to defund and cancel the $655 million project. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
A small group of opponents of the I-77 tolls (from left) Vallee Bubak, Sharon Hudson, and Carole Gibbons, walked from the N.C. State Capitol to the Administration Office Building on Tuesday in an effort to give Gov. Pat McCrory 5,000 petitions from state residents. They also handed out leaflets at the N.C. General Assembly, urging lawmakers to defund and cancel the $655 million project. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

Opponents protest I-77 toll lanes

May 26, 2015 07:32 AM