Department of Transportation

Secondary Roads Maintenance Initiative

The lists below represent secondary road maintenance needs that officials with the Department of Transportation have identified as high priority projects and intend to complete as soon as possible.

These lists will be regularly updated as roadwork continues. When a project is completed, it will be highlighted in red.

All of the following lists are up-to-date as of July 25, 2019.

Click on a county below to view the intended projects in your area:
To see regularly updated statistics on maintenance work across West Virginia, click here.

The lists below represent secondary roadways across the state that DOH district managers and county supervisors identified as being in the greatest need of maintenance work, at the time of Governor Justice's original request in March 2019.

These lists are for informational purposes only and do not represent a guarantee that roadwork, of any kind, will be completed in the areas mentioned.

It is also important to note that some lists are not prioritized. Fully-prioritized lists will be made available. Some lists also include equipment needs by district.

It is the DOH’s goal to address as many of these maintenance concerns as possible. 

The information provided herein was requested from WVDOH district and county offices by Governor Justice in conjunction with the Secondary Roads Maintenance Initiative. This information is disseminated for informational purposes only, is non-binding, and does not represent a promise or representation by the WVDOH of work to be performed.  

For the sake of transparency, please note that the original lists, as scanned in by WVDOH officials, were posted on Monday, March 25, 2019. None of the original files have been removed from the website. However, some additional files with reorganized information have been added in order to assist West Virginians in certain regions to find roads more efficiently. One list entitled "District 6 - Tyler County and Wetzel County" was added on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Reorganized lists for each of of the counties within District 5 were added on Thursday, April 4, 2019.