The money West Virginia is paying to improve its roads is having a positive impact on the state. That’s according to a recent legislative audit of the state’s Division of Highways budget. The audit says the increase in funding has led to more jobs being completed around the Mountain State and has seen jobs finished at an increased rate over the past couple of years. The push started in 2019 with Governor Jim Justice’s Roads to Prosperity program. Some of the maintenance included in the initiative includes filling potholes and stabilizing gravel roads.