A section of W.Va. Route 10 in Logan County is open again after being closed in July.
The West Virginia Department of Transportation announced Wednesday afternoon that eight miles of the road between Man and Logan has reopened to traffic and is striped and paved.
In July, the department shut down the road after concerns that the hillside along W.Va. 10 was unstable during a construction project. The closure forced a 17-mile detour over winding secondary roads.
While the stretch of W.Va. 10 is open again, it is still under construction as part of a project to widen the road from two to four lanes from Man to Logan. Work on the section, known as the "North of Davy Branch to Rum Creek Connector," is scheduled to be completed sometime next year.