By CHARLIE BOOTHE
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — If all goes as planned, the so-called “bridge to nowhere” in Bluefield will be a bridge to somewhere in about two years.
That’s because funding through the sale of West Virginia Parkways Authority bonds last year included almost $60 million for the project, which will finally put the bridge to use by linking Rt. 460 and Airport Road.
Gov. Jim Justice approved a contract for the work in September 2018, and it was awarded to Kanawha Stone Company in Nitro for the grade, drain and paving project.
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