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August 05, 2019 | Government Fleet
West Virginia is adding nearly 280 pieces of road maintenance equipment to its Division of Highways (DOH) fleet. The new vehicles are part of Governor Jim Justice’s recent directive to make fixing West Virginia's back roads the DOH's top priority.
DOH maintenance crews will have at least 279 new pieces of equipment at their disposal in the coming months. These items include the 20 Gradalls, plus 60 tandem-axle dump trucks, 60 single-axle dump trucks, 20 Ford F-550 dump trucks, 23 DOH-grade mowers, 11 cranes, eight pavers, two brine trailers, and 75 crew cab pickup trucks.