On July 4, 2009, E-470 became one of the first highways in the US to implement a cashless, non-stop tolling system. After that date, the manual collection facilities along with the cash-only lanes were closed.
On August 22, the E-470 Public Highway Authority issued a Request for Proposals seeking private sector partners to redevelop these four sites (eight parcels total) under a long-term ground lease.
Any viable commercial services concepts are welcomed and may include traditional service plazas (food and beverage, merchandise, and fuel), hotels, traditional retail stores, walk-up/drive-thru coffee kiosks, delivery-only restaurants (“ghost kitchens”), co-working spaces, distribution centers, and e-commerce parcel delivery lockers.
We look forward to your input, ideas, and responses.
A partnership with a Developer/Operator with sufficient experience, financial resources, and personnel to fully redevelop these assets and unlock the full value of these four (4) Sites.
A workable plan and reasonable timetable to redevelop the properties.
Design, tenanting, and operating plans that will result in attractive and functional facilities that will “improve the journey” of E-470 users now and in the future.
A fair financial return on the value of these assets to the E-470 Public Highway Authority and its stakeholders.