20-year-old statute being increasingly used for public-private partnership agreements

April 5, 2017 By Marilyn Odendahl
The Indiana Lawyer

When a portion of State Street, the thoroughfare that connects downtown West Lafayette and Purdue University, was changed from a two-way road to a one-way in the early 1990s, the local video rental store suddenly became a very lonely place.

The new traffic pattern routed the inbound lanes past the retailer so drivers were headed into work and not thinking about picking up a movie for the evening. But when they were going home and wondering what they were going to watch that night, they were whisking along outbound lanes nowhere near the store.

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