The sections of Corridor H highlighted in green are completed and drivable. Blue sections are under construction/engineering currently and the small amount of red highway is yet to be built.
The gold sections on the map above illustrate current 4-lane highways that Corridor H will help connect. These include I-81 and I-66 in the east and I-79 and US Route 50 in the west. The Virginia Inland Port is located on I-66 just east of where Corridor H will join I-81 – providing much needed access to international ports for West Virginia manufacturers and new jobs for Virginia as those goods come from the Mountain State.
When complete, Corridor H will stretch 130 miles across the mountains from I-79 at Weston, cross the border into the Commonwealth of Virginia and travel 13 miles to meet the junction of I-66 and I-81. The 130-mile stretch within West Virginia is 82% complete or under construction and by 2018, that number could increase to 87%. Only a few miles will be left to complete by 2020 and therefore open an entire region to new economic development and increased tourism.