The Economic Impact of I-73 on the I-73 Corridor in West Virginia, a study Chmura prepared for the King Coal Highway Authority, was released today.
The construction and ongoing existence of I-73 will inject hundreds of millions of dollars into the I-73 Corridor and provide jobs for workers in construction, retail, service, and warehouse industries. The annual economic impact is estimated to be $220.3 million that sustains 2,020 jobs after construction is complete.
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