Replacement of Bridge Will Require the Closure of Marshall Street

Released from DELDOT

On Tuesday, September 4 until Tuesday, October 30, pending weather, Delaware Department of Transportation’s (DELDOT)’s contractor, Zack Excavating will be replacing the bridge structure over Herring Branch on Marshall Street between McCoy Street and Gilcrist Street in Milford. This project involves the replacement of the existing corrugated metal pipes with a precast concrete three-sided frame. Additional work includes minor reconstruction of the roadway approach, installation of guardrail as needed, and placement of riprap in the stream to prevent scour.

Detours:

Northbound: Left onto McCoy Street, right to McColley Street, right to Gilcrist Street and
return to Marshall Street.

Southbound: Right onto Gilcrist Street, left onto McColley Street, left on McCoy Street and
back to Marshall Street.

Variable message signs (VMS) will advise motorists in advance of the upcoming closure and
detours. For additional information, visit www.DelDOT.gov; you also may follow Delaware DOT on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/DelawareDOT); and Twitter (http://twitter.com/DelawareDOT)

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