Find Loads in West Virginia
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Major Roadways in West Virginia
If you’re driving through West Virginia, you may pass over the following major roadways depending on your route:
Intermodal Facilities in West Virginia
West Virginia has one intermodal terminal for transporting freight, which is the Norfolk Southern Prichard Railroad Terminal, created in 2015.
West Virginia Transportation Statistics
- The highways in West Virginia rank 16th in the nation for cost-effectiveness and condition.
- 14.7 traffic accidents occur per 100,000 people, caused typically by speeding or intoxication.
- West Virginia has 2,214 miles of freight railroad.
- 35% of the state’s bridges are deemed “structurally deficient” or “functionally obsolete” and in need of repair.