by: Joe Bruno Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The group reviewing the Interstate 77 toll lane project said it will provide options for potentially canceling the project in July.
The group presented citizen comments Wednesday night to Charlotte transportation leaders
In addition to potentially canceling the contract, Mercator is going to study how much it will cost for the North Carolina Department of Transportation to buy the contract and replace toll lanes in some sections with general purpose lanes.
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