West Virginia highway officials will talk about planning information about Route 9 between Berkeley Springs and Martinsburg this Thursday, March 4 at 6 p.m. in an online meeting open to the public.
The West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH) will hold the virtual public meeting for the “WV 9 Planning and Environmental Linkages Study.”
“The study seeks to improve the east-west transportation link between Martinsburg and Berkeley Springs, West Virginia and will identify transportation needs in the corridor and conduct a preliminary assessment of alternatives to upgrade and/or relocate WV 9,” state officials say on the public page related to this event.
They have said the DOH is considering new road construction and upgrades to existing WV 9.
“This is a planning level workshop through which the WVDOH and the consultant team will present project information and seek public input regarding potential environmental and socioeconomic constraints within the project study area,” said DOH officials.
Access to the meeting via computer can be found by visiting this web address:
WV-9 Planning and Environmental Linkages Study is classified as State Project: T233-9/-25.76 and Federal Project: SPR-0009(254)D.
The public may comment online or in writing through April 5. No documents about the Route 9 plans are on the DOH page yet.
Those wishing to comment in writing about the information presented on March 4 may send their comments to:
Mr. Elwood Penn
Director, Planning Division
West Virginia Division of Highways
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, Building 5, Room 740
Charleston, West Virginia 25305.