Delaware Public Media


Delaware Public Media

DelDOT has filed a lawsuit against four companies it believes are responsible for nearly $45 million in damage to a section of the I-495 bridge in 2014.

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Those traveling up or down Delaware this weekend may have to take a detour, as construction work will close a section of Route 13.

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State transportation officials have a list of projects ready to go should Congress approve President Donald Trump’s (R) plan to inject a huge influx of cash to improve the nation’s infrastructure.

Delaware is currently the nation’s third most bike friendly state, according to the League of American Bicyclists. But state officials aren’t satisfied with that ranking. 


So Delaware’s Department of Transportation is hosting a series of public meetings in late February to find out how it can make the state even more bike friendly.   


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Delaware’s roadways are surprisingly clear following this morning’s snow storm.

But Delaware Department of Transportation spokesman Jim Westhoff said you should be on the lookout for two hazards if you’re driving Thursday evening.

Plow operators in the First State had to deal with a number of hardships as they cleared roads during this weekend’s snow storm. And one of those hardships may have been you.

via DelDOT traffic camera

Sussex County is digging out after the first significant snow of the winter falls there.

Most areas of Sussex wound up with over 4 inches.  Selbyville reported 10 inches and Laurel was blanketed by 8 inches.

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If you weren’t too happy about Thursday night’s snowfall, there may be some bad news in store for you. It looks like Delaware may see a little more snow this weekend.

Delaware is expected to get a few inches of snowfall overnight.


National Weather Service meteorologist Lance Franck says you’ll see more snow the farther north you go in the state.

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Delaware’s Department of Transportation is preparing up to three inches of snow to start falling on the state as soon as Thursday night.


Crews are out Thursday pretreating roads and bridges with a salt-water mixture called brine.


The brine can help minimize and delay snow and ice accumulation for up to five days.