The state is about to sign a final contract with I-77 Mobility Partners to convert existing express lanes into toll lanes. Concerns about the contract have risen since revelations that it includes a noncompete clause that restricts the state from widening the interstate for 50 years.
The state is about to sign a final contract with I-77 Mobility Partners to convert existing express lanes into toll lanes. Concerns about the contract have risen since revelations that it includes a noncompete clause that restricts the state from widening the interstate for 50 years. Observer file photo
The state is about to sign a final contract with I-77 Mobility Partners to convert existing express lanes into toll lanes. Concerns about the contract have risen since revelations that it includes a noncompete clause that restricts the state from widening the interstate for 50 years. Observer file photo

Lawmakers seek to widen I-77 without tolls

May 12, 2015 06:26 PM

UPDATED May 13, 2015 08:46 AM

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