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North-South Corridor May Have A Serious Economic Impact

May 30th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

The Greater Cumberland Committee is continuing to create momentum for the North-South Highway project- an effort that began years ago. The concept began in 1998 and a feasibility study concluded in 2001. The proposed road would run from I-68 near Cumberland south nearly parallel to existing U.S. Route 220 to Corridor H in Grant County, W.Va., and north into Pennsylvania from U.S. Route 219 up to the turnpike. David Moe, coordinator of the North-South Appalachian Highway Project, says the economic impact for all three states would be tremendous.





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