SOUTH CHARLESTON — Road work on Corridor G (U.S. 119) near the Southridge Center in South Charleston is causing some delays for motorists, it has been reported.
Road crews are doing paving and guardrail work on a three-mile stretch of the roadway.
The West Virginia Department of Transportation said crews with MAC Construction & Excavating Inc. of New Albany, Indiana, began work last week on the road between mile markers 73.5 and 76.5, which is from the state Route 214 overpass to the state Route 601 intersection.
Crews will be milling, paving, laying shoulder stone and doing guardrail work Sundays through Fridays between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. over the next several weeks, it was reported.
The approximately $6.1 million project will tentatively be completed by May 29, 2015, the report said.