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Moran: Fair warning: All-electronic toll lanes are coming
DAN MORAN: For those of us who once screwed up on the way to Champaign and ended up taking backroads to find Interstate 57 from the Tri-State Tollway, the good news is that the new $719 million interchange between I-57 and the Tri-State opens next month, or about four decades later than needed.
Sept. 15 12:17 p.m. |
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