N Rehoboth Blvd Lane Closures

imageMilling & Paving Will Require Daytime Lane/Shoulder Closures -Milford

WHEN: 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, pending weather
Now through August

WHAT: DelDOT’s contractor, Allan Myers Inc. will be milling, paving, and repairing storm drains on North Walnut Street and North Rehoboth Boulevard in Milford with lane and shoulder closures.

WHERE: North Walnut Street from North Rehoboth Boulevard to U.S. Route 113

North Rehoboth Boulevard from Mispillion River Bridge to North Walnut Street

Every effort will be made to accommodate access to businesses and residences;
however, some temporary or partial restrictions to accomplish this work should be
anticipated.

DelDOT reminds drivers that construction personnel and equipment will be operating in close proximity to travel lanes.

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