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Superload to move through Marshall County beginning Thursday

Updated: Friday, February 14 2014, 11:06 AM EST

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MARSHALL COUNTY, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Highways advises motorists that delays are to be expected on the following days and routes because of a superload move.

Thursday, Feb. 20: Superload will leave Benwood CSX rail siding yard and proceeding south on W.Va. 2 to W.Va. 86 eastbound, stopping at the intersection of W.Va. 86 and W.Va. 88 (at Butch’s Corner).

Friday, Feb. 21: It will proceed from the intersection of W.Va. 86 and W.Va. 88 to US 250 southbound, stopping at pleasant Valley (Terry’s Mountaineer store).

Saturday, Feb. 22: From Pleasant Valley to the McElroy substation entrance on County Route 17, Fork Ridge Rd.

Sunday, Feb. 23: From McElroy substation entrance to the Williams site on County Route 17, Fork Ridge.

This superload is a de-ethanizer tower. It will be done during the daylight hours and will be assisted by local authorities, utility company representatives, and Division of Highways staff. Drivers are advised to use alternate routes to avoid possible long delays.

The locations may change, should the speed and progress be better than anticipated. Adverse weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances may prevent this move from being performed as scheduled.


 

 

Superload to move through Marshall County beginning Thursday


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