West Virginia Code Chapter 17. Roads and Highways

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  • Article 1. Definitions
  • Article 2A. West Virginia Commissioner of Highways
  • Article 2B. Toll Road Study Commission
  • Article 2C. Orphan Road and Bridge Acquisition Program Terminated
  • Article 2D. Highway Design-Build Pilot Program
  • Article 3. State Road Fund
  • Article 3A. Industrial Access Road Fund
  • Article 4. State Road System
  • Article 4A. Complete Streets Act
  • Article 5. State Convict Road Force
  • Article 6. Licenses
  • Article 10. County Courts;  Municipalities;  General Authority and Duties as to Roads, Etc.
  • Article 15. County Convict Road Force
  • Article 16. Obstructions
  • Article 16A. West Virginia Parkways Authority
  • Article 16B. Public Port Authority
  • Article 16C. Division of Public Transit
  • Article 16D. Electronic Toll Collection
  • Article 16E. State Safety Oversight Program
  • Article 17. Toll Bridges
  • Article 17A. Construction Financing for Surface Transportation Improvements
  • Article 17B. State Transportation Infrastructure Fund Program
  • Article 18. Ferries and Wharves
  • Article 19. General Criminal Provisions
  • Article 20. Roadside Memorial Markers
  • Article 22. Outdoor Advertising
  • Article 23. Salvage Yards
  • Article 24A. Disposal of Abandoned Motor Vehicles, Junked Motor Vehicles, and Abandoned or Inoperative Household Appliances
  • Article 25. The West Virginia Industrial Road Partnership Act of 1989
  • Article 26. State Road Bonds
  • Article 27. Public-Private Transportation Facilities Act
  • Article 28. West Virginia Community Empowerment Transportation Act

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