West Virginia Road Meet
Saturday, June 13, 2009
12 p.m. EDT

Announcing the 2009 West Virginia road meet. Make plans now to attend!

When:Saturday, June 13, 2009
Noon EDT
Where:Quaker Steak & Lube
2931 Mountaineer Blvd., Charleston, WV 25309; (304) 746-9401
(In the Southridge shopping area off US 119/Corridor G southwest of downtown)
Why:For food, fun and fellowship, and to tour construction activities in the Charleston area
Directions: From I-64 from the west traveling eastbound: Exit at Exit 54 (US 60/To WV 601). Follow signs to WV 601 and take WV 601 south to US 119.
Take US 119 south to Southridge Blvd. Turn left onto Southridge, then turn right at the first turn (there will be a Chevron station on
the left and an AT&T store on the right. The restaurant is beside the Hampton Inn. Or, from US 119, turn left onto Preferred Place, then
turn right at the top of the hill. (Or access US 119 south from I-64 Exit 58A.)
From I-77, I-79, I-64 from the east traveling westbound or the WV Turnpike: Continue onto I-64 west toward Huntington. Exit at Exit 58A (US 119 south).
Take US 119 south to Southridge Blvd. Then follow directions above.
Alternate route from I-77, I-79 or westbound I-64: Continue on I-64 west to Exit 55, To WV 601/Kanawha Tpk. Follow
Kanawha Tpk. to WV 601 (Jefferson Street). Turn left on WV 601 and go to US 119, then follow above directions.
From US 119 northbound (Logan/Williamson, WV or Pikeville, KY): As you approach the area, you will climb a hill and begin to see
a radar tower on your right. At the top of the hill, turn right onto Preferred Place, then turn right at the top of the hill in the shopping area.
The restaurant is beside the Hampton Inn.

This meet will focus on the construction of the new eastbound I-64 bridge crossing the Kanawha River between Dunbar and South Charleston, and the ongoing project to relocate US 35 to a four-lane road in Putnam County, northwest of Charleston. After lunch we will view the I-64 bridge from both sides of the river, then drive out to see the new US 35 alignment from several vantage points. Other suggestions for sites to see, if time allows, are welcome and appreciated.

A detailed tour itinerary will be posted later. Check this page often for updates.

To RSVP, reply by e-mail to rsvp#millenniumhwy.net (replace # with @) by Wednesday, June 10, so I can call in an accurate head count to the restaurant.

Make your plans now to visit the Mountain State's capital city for the first road meet in West Virginia in four years!

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