By TRAVIS CRUM
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Highways announced Thursday that resurfacing work on the eastbound lanes of Interstate 64 between Milton and Hurricane is complete.
That work was part of a project to rehabilitate a 14-mile stretch of I-64 East between Milton and the U.S. 35 interchange in Teays Valley. Work on the project began in April, with construction crews removing original concrete first laid in the 1960s and replacing it with practically new roadway.
The next phase of work is expected to begin next week and includes resurfacing a 5-mile section of the interstate between Hurricane and Teays Valley. However, inclement weather could delay that phase, according to a news release. For that phase, crews will create a contraflow lane beginning on the eastbound side.
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