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Will the N.C. Department of Transportation install I-95 toll plazas at each end of the state?

Ken Little

UPDATE: A bill to enable limited toll collection on Interstate 95 is being considered by the General Assembly in the summer of 2013. Here’s the latest from the Raleigh News & Observer.

Keep up with the issue at www.driving95.com. On that page you’ll find a link to the North Carolina I-95 Economic Assessment.


The N.C. Department of Transportation is nearing completion of a planning and finance study for the I-95 corridor, department spokeswoman Tammy Stewart said in April 2011.

“This study should be complete by late summer. A variety of financing options are evaluated in the study, including an evaluation of tolling. No decision to move forward with a toll concept has been made at this point,” Stewart said.

“If there is a decision to move forward with tolling, toll plazas would not be placed only at each end of the state. There would be toll collection points at various places along the entire corridor,” she added.

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