Contractor hired for Randolph rail-trail project
ELKINS, W.Va. (AP) — The Randolph County Development Authority has hired a contractor for a rail-trail project that will link the Elkins Depot to the Parsons Depot.
Burgess and Niple of Parkersburg will oversee the Elkins Rail-Trail Connector project.
The Inter-Mountain reports that the connector is expected to increase tourism in the area and provide an accessible trail for the public.
Construction could begin in spring 2014.
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