GDOT announced the schedule and new approach for the project Friday.
Gov. Nathan Deal pulled the plug on the $950 million, 29.7-mile project late last year because he did not agree with giving the contractor control of the road and the tolls in return for paying upfront costs.
The revised project will still involve two reversible toll lanes running from along I-75 from I-285 to I-575 and single reversible lanes running north from the I-75/575 split along I-75 to Hickory Grove Road and along I-575 to Sixes Road.
The tolls still will vary, rising as the interstate becomes more congested, like the HOT lanes on I-85 in Gwinnett County but without the high-occupancy requirement for the cars using