Opponents of the I-77 tolls, like Vallee Bubak, left, and former Representative Robert Brawley, right, strategize how to best distribute their materials to lawmakers inside the N.C. General Assembly on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. The N.C. Department of Transportation is reassessing its contract with a company that is building controversial toll lanes on Interstate 77 after a subsidiary filed for bankruptcy in connection with a similar highway in Texas.
Opponents of the I-77 tolls, like Vallee Bubak, left, and former Representative Robert Brawley, right, strategize how to best distribute their materials to lawmakers inside the N.C. General Assembly on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. The N.C. Department of Transportation is reassessing its contract with a company that is building controversial toll lanes on Interstate 77 after a subsidiary filed for bankruptcy in connection with a similar highway in Texas. Corey Lowenstein
Opponents of the I-77 tolls, like Vallee Bubak, left, and former Representative Robert Brawley, right, strategize how to best distribute their materials to lawmakers inside the N.C. General Assembly on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. The N.C. Department of Transportation is reassessing its contract with a company that is building controversial toll lanes on Interstate 77 after a subsidiary filed for bankruptcy in connection with a similar highway in Texas. Corey Lowenstein

NC to reassess contract with toll lane builder after bankruptcy filing

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