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August 1, 2000
WVDOH Announces Lettings of Two
Corridor H Projects

Charleston, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH) announced the lettings of two Corridor H projects in the Moorefield area late last week.

According to the WVDOH, the first project, constructing a four-lane roadway connecting WV 55 to the proposed Clifford Hollow Bridge, will involve the construction of two bridges and 2.21 miles of roadway, signing, pavement markings, and interchange lighting components and is estimated to cost $29 million.

The second project begins at the Clifford Hollow Bridge and connects to Hardy County Route 1. It will contain the construction of 1.96 miles of roadway, signing and pavement markings and is estimated to cost about $16 million.

State Highway Engineer Joe Deneault said, "These lettings demonstrate that we are one step closer to seeing Corridor H built. This highway is vital to the safety and economic development of eastern West Virginia and we are committed to seeing it completed."

The WVDOH will be receiving bids for both projects on September 12 of this year so that construction can then begin later this fall.

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