Gov. Justice, DOT release online map of 2020 roadwork projects



CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice and the West Virginia Department of Transportation's Division of Highways announced Friday that an online map of the state’s roadwork plan for 2020 is now available.

“This map allows citizens to view planned roadwork in their area and across the state,” Gov. Justice said. “It not only reflects projects that are underway but those that will begin later this year as well. This gives our residents throughout West Virginia information on just how committed I am, along with the DOT and DOH, to continue to properly maintain and modernize our transportation system.”


“We are pleased to put this information out to the public,” stated Jimmy Wriston, P.E., Deputy Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Transportation. “The Division of Highways, like all of West Virginia, the country and the world, has been enduring a season of uncertainty. Our maintenance plan has been ready for months, however, I just wasn’t comfortable putting out the work we were going to do without a degree of confidence that we could actually accomplish it. At this time we’re now moving forward and ready to get this important work completed in 2020.”
The map, which features projects by type and includes anticipated dates for roadwork, is now available on WVDOT’s website:


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