CHARLESTON- The West Virginia Division
of Highways announces that the work on I-64 between Milton and US 35, scheduled
to begin today, has been delayed, due to the weather.
contractor, West Virginia Paving will look to re-schedule for Tuesday.
The Roads to Prosperity program comprises a series of funding measures that, over the next several years, are expected to generate approximately $2.8 billion for highway and bridge construction and maintenance all across West Virginia. These funding measures include an increase in various fees and taxes that fund a general obligation bond debt known as the Roads to Prosperity Amendment, an increase the state's GARVEE bonding limits, and continued bonding of the West Virginia Parkways Authority's West Virginia Turnpike. Collectively, these funds are deposited into the State Road Fund for use on the state's approximately 36,000 miles of road.