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National I-73 / I-74 / I-75 Association

Welcome to the official website for the National I-73/I-74/I-75 Corridor Association! Interstate 73/74/75 is gaining support every day, and we’re excited to be part of a project that will change lives and save lives.

Interstate 73/74/75 will bring progress and growth to all six states along the corridor: Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. It will also serve as a safe alternative to other highways, and provide coastal regions with a hurricane evacuation route.


I-73 News

2022

Jun: Northwest Ohio Officials Advocate for 73/74/75 Corridor
Jan: ODOT Wins Award For I-75 Widening/Reconstruction Project
Jan: Ohio House passes resolution urging for I-73, I-74 extension
Jan: Official Statement From: S.C. Rep. Case Brittain (House District 107, Myrtle Beach), Chair of the National I-73/I-74/I-75 Corridor Association Re: Marion County Council Unanimously Approves Resolution On Jan. 11 In Support Of Interstate 73
Jan: Springboro, Franklin, ODOT to spruce up I-75 interchange at Ohio 73
Jan: Final leg of Greensboro Urban Loop is taking shape

2021

Dec: Official Statement From Association On I-73 Funding
Dec: Myrtle Beach (S.C.) City Council Unanimously Passes Resolution To Fund I-73
Dec: North Myrtle Beach Commits Annual Funding For I-73 In SC
Nov: S.C. Comptroller Richard Eckstrom, CPA, Declares Support For I-73
Oct: Ohio Legislatures Take Up Resolution In Support Of I-73/74 Corridor
Oct: S.C Gov. McMaster Announces Plan To Expand I-73
Sept: South Carolina Voters Support I-73
Sept: Federal Lawsuit Holding Up I-73 Dismissed, Allowing Project To Move Forward
June: ‘The Grand Strand Is A Cash Cow’: Sen. Graham To Earmark $12M For Interstate 73
April: SC Gov. McMaster Says I-73 Is A ‘State Priority’

2020

Dec: New Highway Makes It Easier To Go To N.C. Zoo
Dec. Next-To-Last Section Of Greensboro N.C. Urban Loop Opens

2019

Nov: Construction To Begin On ‘Rockingham Bypass’ In N.C.
Sept: S.C. Sen. Graham Discusses I-73, Remains Optimistic
April: Asheboro N.C. Business Boom, Bypass To Open

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S.C. Gov. McMaster Calls for Expansion of I-73 in S.C.

On Oct. 4, 2021, S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster, S.C. Dept. of Transportation Sec. Christy Hall, members of the General Assembly, and local Horry County elected officials gathered at the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce to call for the expansion of Interstate 73 in South Carolina. The governor’s proposed $300 million investment would be funded through a combination of South Carolina's share of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars and non-recurring dollars from the state's projected $1 billion budget surplus for the fiscal year 2022.

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