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.
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
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’