A heavily-trafficked two-mile stretch of Route 141 through the heart of Greenville is targeted for significant overhaul. The proposed repair and upgrading of Centre Road* – the section of 141 that runs from Lancaster Pike to just beyond Montchanin Road (Rte. 100) – will be the subject of a meeting hosted by the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) on Monday March 20 at A.I. du Pont High School.
The purpose of the workshop is to present information and solicit public input regarding the proposed rehabilitation. The meeting will be held from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the school in Greenville – 50 Hillside Road. Details regarding the extent of any changes and timing of the road work will be unveiled at that time.
*Rte. 141 holds the curious, uniquely Delawarean distinction of having multiple “road” names – in just the stretch of a few miles from Greenville into Brandywine Hundred, the street is called Centre, Murphy, Wilson and Veale Road, respectively.