Watch ARMA lock-in toll road option BEFORE new 281 study even starts

View ARMA Board Member, Jim Reed, admit at the October 27 SAMPO meeting that they plan to be the lead environmental study agency since they have no reason to keep their doors open without their 281 toll slush fund. So to find a way to justify their existence at taxpayer expense, they’re seeking to rig the next round of environmental work for 281, 1604, and I-35 (which would clearly bias these projects in favor of toll roads) before a new study even begins! A clear violation of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).