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Rehab Commences on Bridges Carrying DE Highway 1 Over Broadkill River

On Oct. 4, the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) began piloting an $18 million rehabilitation of the weathered DE Highway 1 bridges over the Broadkill River east of Milton in Sussex County....


Delaware Approves FAST Track Funding for Road Improvements

Some long-planned road improvements in Sussex County, Delaware, could be headed for the express lane through a new funding initiative that aims to speed up construction of critically needed transportation projects in southern Delaware....


Delaware Officials Prepare Business Leaders for I-95 Rebuild Impact

As the $200 million Interstate 95 reconstruction project looms large and advance work continues to be done, Delaware officials are preparing business leaders about what to expect on morning and evening commutes beginning early next year and lasting until late 2023....


Delaware's $85M Millsboro Bypass Project Remains on Track

Plans for the new $85 million bypass designed to relieve traffic jams in downtown Millsboro, Del., are on track and have not been delayed by closings or restrictions due to the pandemic. Construction on the bypass, which will take traffic from U.S....


Planned Delaware I-95 Interchange Project Gets $57M Federal Grant

Delaware's congressional delegation has announced a nearly $57 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to the DelDOT for the construction of a redesigned interchange at I-95 and State Route 896 near Newark....


The 'First State' Updates Part of Its I-95

One of the busiest highway corridors in the U.S. is Interstate 95, a stretch that runs north from Richmond, Va., before continuing around Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City, New Haven, Conn., and Boston....


DelDOT, I-95 Coalition Receive Third Federal Grant

The I-95 Corridor Coalition, with the Delaware Department of Transportation, was awarded a federal grant to continue exploring whether a mileage-based user fee is a long-term sustainable transportation funding option....


Delaware's New $636M U.S. 301 Mainline Opens to Traffic

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces that the new U.S. 301 mainline has opened to traffic on Jan. 10, 2019. The 14 mi.-long U.S. 301 mainline will improve safety and reduce congestion with the bypassing of 29 at-grade intersections, 18 of which are signalized, and numerous driveways with direct access to existing U.S....


DelDOT Employees Win Plowing Gold

Against a field of 66 competitors from across the country, a DelDOT Maintenance & Operations team won first place in the National Snowplow Roadeo held in Loveland, Colo. Chris King, assistant supervisor of Canal District's Area 10, and Charles Dietz, an equipment operator III of North District's Area 14, competed in the 10-wheel Snowplow Roadeo....


DelDOT Wins Project of the Year Award for I-495 Work

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) was recognized by the Mid-Atlantic Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (MASITE) with the 2018 Project of the Year award. The $1.5 million project, which was completed this summer, extended the I-495 southbound travel lane 1,700 ft....






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