West Virginia Division of Highways


West Virginia's King Coal Highway Project Progressing Toward Fall Finish

Motorists who travel Airport Road near Bluefield, W.V., on a regular basis have been able to get a first-hand look at the ongoing construction of the King Coal Highway. They have probably also noted there has been a significant uptick in work in that area in recent weeks....


Unique Machinery Highlights W.Va.'s I-64 Bridge Construction

A large yellow piece of machinery has been the focal point of bridge construction near the Barboursville exit on Interstate 64 in West Virginia, but many locals and motorists have puzzled over what it is....


Span for New WV Bridge Over Ohio River to be Moved in Spring

While it is still too early in the project to pinpoint a completion date, the new Wellsburg Bridge in West Virginia continues to take shape. More than two years after the groundbreaking ceremony for the bridge, crews with the Flatiron Corporation of Broomfield, Colo., continue constructing the piers and supporting structures across the Ohio River between Wellsburg and Brilliant, Ohio....


Reconstruction on 1940s-Era Bridge in Clarksburg, W.V., Finally Taking Shape

After some unexpected structural problems, reconstruction of the Notre Dame Arch Bridge in Clarksburg, W.V., has begun in earnest. Starting on July 20, large concrete beams began arriving on the construction site....


I-70 Road Repairs, Paving Scheduled Near West Virginia Welcome Center

Motorists traveling on Interstate 70 past the West Virginia Welcome Center can expect to see construction crews making repairs and repaving that section of highway near the Pennsylvania state line after longwall mining moved beyond that location....


Meetings Held on I-64 Construction Projects in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, W. VA. The West Virginia Division of Highways held two public meetings to discuss Gov. Jim Justice's road construction projects, including work planned on Interstate 64. The first meeting was held at the Hurricane Municipal Building; another meeting was held at the Milton Middle School....


WVDOH Memorial Honors Those Who Lost Their Lives

Family, friends and coworkers of highway workers, who made the ultimate sacrifice, paid tribute to their memory during the unveiling of the West Virginia Division of Highways Fallen Worker Memorial. The monument outside of the I-77 Williamstown Welcome Center honors the 49 men and women who have been killed in work safety zones since the creation of the State Road Commission in 1921....






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