Rehabilitation Project Will Require Nighttime Lane Closures on Route 1

 The Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces that a rehabilitation project will begin on Route 1 between north of Murderkill Bridge near Frederica to Tub Mill Pond Road scheduled to begin on Monday, April 18 and scheduled to end on or about Monday, July 11, pending weather. To lessen impact on commuter traffic, all work will be limited to night hours. 

Intermittent lane closures will occur from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through Thursday

Route 1 southbound between north of Murderkill Bridge to Tub Mill Pond Road

Intermittent lane closures will occur from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday

Route 1 northbound between Milford Neck Road to north of Murderkill Bridge

Work will consist of concrete patching, ultra thin hot mix overlay to prolong the structural integrity of the existing concrete pavement, and a surface overlay to provide a durable pavement that will improve the ride quality and efficiently extend the life of the roadway at minimal cost.

During holidays and special events, when traffic volumes are expected to greatly increase, work restrictions will be imposed to minimize impacts on the traveling public. 

Motorists are advised to slow down in work zones and expect delays.

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