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WVa. DOH opens bids on 20 road projects


CHARLESTON The West Virginia Division of Highways opened bidding for a new Interstate 64 interchange near Culloden, state Department of Transportation announced Wednesday.

The project will connect U.S. Route 60 in Culloden with Interstate 64 between Hurricane and Milton. Moreover, the connector will enable better access to the Culloden area businesses.

Officials say the connector should relieve congestion at the Hurricane exit.

The project is supported through Gov. Jim Justice’s Roads to Prosperity program. The estimated cost is $32 million.

The announcement was one of 20 projects list in the bid letting announcement on Tuesday.

Marlinton traffic signals (Pocahontas County)

Rupert sidewalk interchange (Greenbrier County)

Statewide pavement markings

East River Mountain guardrail cable (Mercer County)

Barksdale to Sandstone paving (Summers County)

Porterwood to Moore Station paving (Tucker County)

Romney paving (Hampshire County)

Inwood paving (Berkeley County)

Corridor H guardrail upgrade (Hardy County)

Holden Bridge to Fountain Place Mall paving (Logan County)

Slate Road slide repair with piling wall (Wood County)

Shinnston sidewalk, pedestrian and bike facilities (Harrison County)

Highland Trace Road paving (Greenbrier County)

Anmoore Bridge overpass cleaning and painting (Harrison County)

Moorefield paving (Hardy County)

Baker to McCauley Bridge paving (Hardy County)

Bulltown to Falls Mill Road paving

Institute lighting (Kanawha County)

Millesons Mill Bridge cleaning and painting (Hampshire County)



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