The West Virginia Division of Highways has announced road work to be performed next week, pending suitable weather.
In Brooke County, crews are slated to pave Hospital Road, also known as the back way to Weirton Medical Center. Traffic will be maintained, but drivers should expect delays.
Crews there also are slated to patch U.S. Route 22 and pull shoulders and ditches along Castleman's Run Road.
In Hancock County, crews will be involved with work on sidewalks and steps along Pennsylvania Avenue and cleanup following a $3.7 million waterline relocation project.
Crews there also will be patching Flats Cemetery, Congo-Arroyo, White Oak Run and Standish Mill roads; ditching along Rodgers, Lewis and Taylor roads and mowing along McDowell Street and Zalia, Quaker State, Kennedy Park Marina, Tope and Ross roads.
Traffic will be maintained on all of the roads, but drivers may experience some delays.