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Author Topic: SLOW moving (Progress) Road Projects  (Read 12446 times)


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Re: SLOW moving (Progress) Road Projects
« Reply #25 on: August 10, 2009, 12:20:41 AM »

Well, there's the infamous Corridor H and the Mon-Fayette Expressway, though the Mon-Fayette Expressway seems to finally be making decent progress. Another one that comes to mind is the occasional discussions regarding the possibility of building a freeway bypass of US 219 north of I-68 and US 220 south of I-68. Chances are those will never get off the ground, though.


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Re: SLOW moving (Progress) Road Projects
« Reply #26 on: August 21, 2009, 01:48:19 AM »

Let's see.... Exit #136 on I-79 in WV.  That interchange has been underconstuction for the last 4-5 years at least.....

An update on this. Was traveling in that area yesterday and it is now partially open.  Going NB on I-79, the exit is open, however going on SB I-79, it isn't.  But from the looks of it, for the SB side to be opened, they need to install the BGS's for it because the ramp has already been painted.


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