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Extra 830 miles of West Virginia road to be paved in 2023


$150 million in supplemental funding will help the West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH) to pave an additional 833 miles of road, according to a release from Gov. Justice.
Because core maintenance—filling potholes, clearing ditches and making sure existing roads are smooth, clean and dry—has gone so well, according to West Virginia Transportation Secretary Jimmy Wriston, many state roads are ready to be repaved now, instead of later, which would prevent them from having to be patched again in the spring.
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