Question of the Week

Should the state tap funds from state road bond projects to spend on improving secondary roads?

Gov. Jim Justice pledged Wednesday to fix West Virginia’s neglected secondary roads. Justice said he will hire workers and buy equipment to shore up roads through a plan with an estimated price tag in the hundreds of millions of dollars. The funding for the secondary road fixes will be pooled from revenue surpluses and bond money, Justice said, without settling on a precise figure. In 2017, voters passed a referendum for the state to sell $1.6 billion in bonds to finance state road repairs and construction, and the governor has previously proposed steering road bond money meant for major projects toward repairing secondary roads.

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