CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A study that looks at the economic impact of speeding up construction of Corridor H is scheduled to be released today in West Virginia and Virginia.
Construction of the 143-mile four-lane highway is currently scheduled for completion by 2036. The study examines the impact of completing Corridor H in 2020.
The Corridor H Authority plans to release the study's findings at news conferences Monday in Charleston, Buckhannon and Winchester, Va.
When completed, Corridor H will connect Interstate 79 near Weston with Interstate 81 in Virginia.
The authority says Corridor H is 75 percent complete or under construction in West Virginia.