By STEVEN ALLEN ADAMS
The Parkersburg News and Sentinel
CHARLESTON – State officials hope two new websites help give the public more oversight of road construction projects and a voice in what gets fixed.
Gov. Jim Justice and Department of Transportation Secretary Tom Smith unveiled the websites during a press conference Monday at the state Capitol.
The first website, DriveForwardWV.com, will allow the public to track road construction projects funded by the Roads to Prosperity program.
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