Contracts to install ADA-compliant curb cuts in 13 communities around West Virginia are among 14 projects included in a bid letting conducted by the West Virginia Division of Highways on Tuesday, June 14. Those projects included one Braxton County project, Servia to Burnsville Road guardrail replacement.“This is the best of all worlds,” said Greg Bailey, P.E., WVDOH Chief Engineer of Operations. “We’re using federal dollars to meet federal mandates to provide needed access to people with disabilities.”Under federal law, the WVDOH is required to put in ADA-compliant curb cuts any time they pave . . .
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