Rehabilitation Project Will Require Greenville Detours until December
As first reported by TSD, the Department of Transportation (DelDOT) has now formally announced that Centerville Road in Greenville will be undergoing a major rehabilitation project beginning on Monday, October 31.
The project will include long-awaited and much needed upgrading of guardrail systems and milling and paving the existing roadway surface. The construction is anticipated to be complete within 37 calendar days, pending weather.
The work hours schedule will be from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, with weekend hours if weather inhibits weekday progress. Drivers are advised to plan for traffic detours into December.
Detour foutes will consist of three phases:
Monday, October 31 through Thursday, November 3
Hillside Road to SR 82/Campbell Road
Traffic approaching from Hillside Road will continue east on Hillside Road to SR 52/Kennett Pike northbound to SR 82/Campbell Road, ending at Centerville Road.
Traffic approaching from SR 82/Campbell Road will continue east on SR 82/Campbell Road to SR 52/Kennett Pike southbound to Hillside Road, ending at Centerville Road.
Friday, November 4
Barley Mill Road to Hillside Road
Traffic approaching from the Barley Mill Road side will continue east on Barley Mill Road to SR 141 northbound to SR 52/Kennett Pike northbound to Hillside Road, ending at Centerville Road.
Traffic approaching from the Hillside Road side will continue east on Hillside Road to SR 52/Kennett Pike southbound to SR 141 southbound to Barley Mill Road, ending at Centerville Road.
Monday, November 7
SR 48/Lancaster Pike to Barley Mill Road
Traffic approaching from SR 48/Lancaster Pike will continue east on SR 48/Lancaster Pike to SR 141northbound to Barley Mill Road and ending at Centerville Road.
Traffic approaching from the Barley Mill Road end will go east on Barley Mill Road to SR 141 southbound to SR 48/Lancaster Pike westbound.
Local traffic will be maintained within each section during closures via the use of flaggers at key intersections.