CHICAGO -- Indiana will assume direct control over its Interstate 69 public-private partnership under settlement agreements “in principle” struck with the developer and holders of $240 million of private activity bonds.

The project’s construction delays, cost disputes, and the financial woes of the design-builder have dragged the PABs’ ratings deep into junk and put the bonds on a course toward default.

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