When the Route 460 Connector in Breaks, Virginia, is completed, it will be the tallest in the state and will provide an essential link between Kentucky and Virginia through the Appalachian Mountains. The next portion of the connector project, according to a recent article from TriCities.com, is to start construction on Phase II, which should be completed in 2021.
As part of a larger initiative to break isolation of the region, the 460 Connector and the Coalfields Expressway will connect and create a four-lane road from Interstate 26 in Tennessee through Virginia and into the mountains beyond, which will stimulate economic growth.
RS&H serves as Owners Rep. to the design-build Route 460 Connector project and oversees CEI services.
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