Facts about Corridor H
Corridor H in West Virginia is 130 Miles long and 13 miles long in Virginia.
75% of the road in West Virginia will be complete by 2013 and 87% under construction by 2018.
The road begins at I-79 and will end at the I-81/I-66 junction by Front Royal, Virginia.
Front Royal Virginia has a large inland port with double stack rail service to the largest, deepest port on in the Easter United States.
West Virginia’s Hardwood Industry alone exported $85 Million internationally in 2010.
The completion of the Corridor H is expected to create 80,000 jobs throughout the Appalachian Corridor System.
Corridor H is being considered a National Defense Highway for its direct exodus route from Washington, D.C.
Corridor H was first proposed in 1964.
Corridor H is currently scheduled to be completed in 2034.