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Widen I-77 calls for a halt in high-occupancy toll lanes plan

Kurt Naas (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

Kurt Naas of Widen I-77 (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

By DAVID BORAKS
CorneliusNews.net

About 125 people crowded into the Cornelius Town Hall board room Monday night, where leaders of the anti-toll citizens group Widen I-77 called for a halt in plans for toll lanes on I-77 north of Charlotte. The group wants the state to look for other ways of paying to widen the interstate, arguing that toll lanes won’t help congestion in the Lake Norman area and could hurt the region’s economy by scaring away businesses.

The group also is expressing concern over the N.C. Department of Transportation’s plan to hire a private company – potentially one based outside the U.S. – to build and operate the toll lanes. (That approach is known as a public-private partnership, or “P3.”) And they say the planned 50-year contract with that operator could prevent the state from widening the road later, at least not without financial penalties.

“HOT lanes cost much more, they don’t relieve congestion and it puts us in a contractual straight-jacket for the next 50 years,” said Kurt Naas, a Cornelius resident and Widen I-77 leader.

Several speakers said they think the area shouldn’t be saddled with tolls, when other parts of the state – and even other parts of the Charlotte area – have multi-lane roads without tolls.

Vince Winegardner (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

Vince Winegardner (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

“We also need to convince NC DOT to put the brakes on, and postpone awarding the contract until all the alternatives have been vetted,” said Vince Winegardner, a Davidson resident who helped give the presentation Monday night.

For the past couple of years, state and local officials have been working on plans for High Occupancy Toll lanes, or HOT lanes, on I-77 north of Charlotte. The state lacks the funding to widen the badly congested highway immediately – the road widening isn’t in the state plans for decades. State officials say charging tolls would help pay for the work as much as 20 years sooner than planned, and would encourage carpooling. HOT lanes would be free for cars with multiple passengers, but other drivers could use the lanes by paying a fee.

The project in its current form calls for two HOT lanes in each direction from the Brookshire Freeway/I-277 in Charlotte to Exit 28/Catawba Avenue in Conrelius. One HOT lane in each direction would be built from Exit 28 to Exit 36/NC 150. Officials say two extra lanes aren’t possible on the northern section because of the narrow causeways over Lake Norman in Cornelius and Davidson.

The project was first discussed in 2010, and is moving along quickly. NCDOT plans to issue a final Request for Proposals for the entire section from Charlotte to Exit 36 in Mooresville by the end of March. The deadline for bids would be July and the DOT hopes to choose the final bidder by August. Construction would begin in Spring 2014.

Widen I-77 wants local officials in the Lake Norman area to take a stand against tolls and to demand that the state come up with money to pay for general purpose lanes.

On Jan. 3, the Cornelius Transportation Advisory board agreed, approving a resolution calling on the Cornelius Town Board to push officials to consider alternatives.

Other local officials at Monday’s meeting appeared sympathetic. Cornelius Commissioner Dave Gilroy told those at the meeting that their presence would send a message that officials should consider alternatives. “You guys just showing up tonight is a major thing,” he told the crowd.

Mr. Gilroy has been trying to get fellow Cornelius commissioners to approve a resolution calling on the Lake Norman Regional Transportation Commission, a lobbying group formed by Cornelius, Huntersville, Davidson and Mooresville, to help examine alternate plans for the widening project.

Other towns have been slow to join in. The issue hasn’t come up in a public meeting in Davidson, and Huntersville commissioners only recently have begun discussing it. “We had our first meeting on the HOT lanes issue at 4:30 today,” said Huntersville commissioner Ron Julian.

Mr. Julian called the public-private partnership (P3) “ludicrous” and said he doesn’t support the idea of HOT lanes. “We need general purpose lanes there,” he said.

Elected officials who attended the meeting got the message, including some who were involved in the state and local decisions to move forward with tolls.

Cornelius Mayor Lynette Rinker previously had voted in favor of the HOT lanes proposal at the Mecklenburg Union Metropolitan Planning Organization, as a representative of Cornelius. But she said that vote was directed by fellow board members, and she accused Widen I-77 of “mischaracterizing her position” on its website.

Mayor Rinker said she was keeping an open mind. “I’m listening. We will take this back to MUMPO,” she said.

Rep. William Brawley

Rep. William Brawley (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)

Meanwhile, state Rep. Bill Brawley (R-Mecklenburg), the newly appointed chair of the N.C. House Transportation Committee, stood up late in the meeting and acknowledged that he helped push through a bill in the legislature last year that allows for the public-private HOT lanes plan.

“The legislature said we need these lanes now,” Rep. Brawley said. He acknowledged that the toll plan may not be popular, but it’s the only way to get the highway widened now. “I honestly believe if we had to wait for general purpose lanes, I would not be alive,” he added.

Nonetheless, he pledged to discuss Monday’s meeting and citizen concerns with state officials on Tuesday. “I will talk about what we heard tonight when I am in the speaker’s office tomorrow with the new secretary of transportation,” he said.

He said he would like to see the state change the way it allocates road funding, but also noted that when it comes to priorities, I-77 is not the worst road in Mecklenburg County. “I-77 north (of Charlotte) is not as bad as 74,” he said, referring to the main route southeast out of Charlotte.

Louis Mitchell, the NC DOT’s Charlotte region district chief, echoed Mr. Brawley, telling the crowd that MUMPO has not ranked I-77 widening highly in previous years. He said the project is closer to happening now only because it includes managed lanes, or tolls.

RELATED LINKS

Jan. 14, 2013, Widen I-77 presentation at the Cornelius meeting (PDF)

See also the Widen I-77 website

Jan. 4, 2013, the NC DOT’s latest presentation on the HOT lanes project (PDF)

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2 Responses to “Widen I-77 calls for a halt in high-occupancy toll lanes plan”

  1. Vince Winegardner says:

    Our democratic processes stood tall last night at Cornelius Town Hall. A crowd of over 125 citizens and open minded elected officials stood side by side and heard a well informed speaker talk about why the Private Public Partnership (P3) High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lane concept was the worst approach to addressing our I-77 congestion problem in the Lake Norman area.

    As convincing as the argument was against the P3 HOT lane approach, the citizens group – WidenI77.org – that has formed to oppose this approach has no power to change our course. This P3 HOT lane concept will be a reality for Lake Norman unless our leaders stand up fast and tell the Mecklenburg Union Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO) that this is not the approach we want to take in fixing our congestion problem. The special interests supporting the P3 HOT lanes are counting on our elected leaders being slow in their response to this “imminent calamity.”

    Thanks to Commissioners Laurie Venzon, Jim Fuller, and Rodney Graham of Davidson, Commissioners John Bradford and Dave Gilroy of Cornelius, Cornelius Mayor Lynette Rinker, NC Sen. Jeff Tarte, and Mary Jennings from Rep. Thom Tillis’s office for demonstrating an open mind and interest in an opposing view.

    A few representatives from Iredell County, Mooresville, and Huntersville demonstrated their interest and willingness to hear a dissenting view of this project. Special thanks to the NC DOT for coming. Their role is to implement the priorities given to them by the politicians.

    Rep. Bill Brawley (NC Rep District 103 Matthews area) was also present. Rep. Brawley has been appointed to the Chair of the NC House Transportation Committee and will be very influential in making decisions about where our limited financial resources are spent.

    Rep. Brawley’s district has been identified as a possible site for Fast Lanes. Fast Lanes is a marketing term created to make tolls seem more attractive and includes publicly and privately funded tolling schemes. Rep. Brawley’s district’s funding scheme for possible toll lanes includes publicly funded construction (much lower tolling expenses) as compared to Rep. Thom Tillis’s district (North Mecklenburg) which is funded with the much more expensive P3 HOT lanes.

    The question must be asked: If I-77 is widened using the P3 HOT lane concept and it receives the overwhelmingly negative reception HOT lanes have received elsewhere, will the “Fast Lanes” be allowed in Rep. Brawley’s district?

    I am willing to bet that it will not – they will convert to general purpose or HOV lanes. What is even more disturbing is why is it being allowed in North Mecklenburg? Why are we being chosen to be the guinea pig for this road funding scheme?

    There are several answers to this question but the Red Line is part of our problem. Our north Mecklenburg leaders must accept that the Red Line is not happening anytime soon and that those resources need to be diverted to I-77 between exit 23 and 36. Once we do that, I believe MUMPO and the political system will get behind a better solution for North Mecklenburg and South Iredell.

    WidenI77.org will have a working session on January 21st at 7 PM at the Cornelius Town Hall. We invite you to come and help us spread the word about the “imminent calamity” and unreasonable burden of P3 HOT lanes on our Lake Norman communities. If you don’t have time to come to our work session, please visit http://www.WidenI77.org and http://www.DavidsonWatchdogs.org to learn why this is such a serious issue for our region.

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