Completing an infrastructure project involves coordinating multiple moving parts. For the Nitro-St. Albans I-64 Improvement project, which is taking place just outside of Charleston, West Virginia, the team has an excessive number of entities to coordinate. The West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT) and the team assembled for the five-phase construction project are moving forward on the project as they coordinate with their many partners.

Built in 1966, the segment of I-64 being worked on crosses over the Kanawha River, the largest inland waterway in West Virginia. This part of I-64 has an average daily traffic count of 70,000 vehicles. This represents an increase in traffic, which has led to congestion, sudden stops, and collisions. Read more…

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