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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Traffic

Restore the Corridor on target to start March 1

Preliminary work generated minimal congestion – so far. Pandemic restrictions cut commuting traffic, and alternative routes were popular.

Another nasty storm is on our way (sigh)

The National Weather Service is calling for 3-6 inches of snow, with sleet, ice and rain all part of the wintry mix.

Chance of bad weather pushes back overnight closures of I-95

DelDOT’s new schedule calls for the work to run Feb. 19-25 on different parts of I-95 southbound in the city.

Maybe a foot of snow is on the way

The most alarming map from AccuWeather predicts 12 to 18 inches of snow early next week in Delaware’s northern tip. Downstate should get less snow.

Restore the Corridor is ready for it all, including Biden

The I-95 project involves multiple ways to handle congestion, including changes on buses and trains and being on top of traffic when President Biden is in town.

Millcreek neighborhoods win some battles for safer pathways, but want more

The group wants paths that allow them to walk or bike to parks, schools, recreation areas, historical sites, places of worship, employers and businesses.

Snow, sleet make for a hazardous weather outlook

The storm is huge, hitting the Plains, the mid-Atlantic and the gulf, so the big question is which areas get the nasty precipitation and which get rain.

Here’s how tech is being used to reduce the pain of Restore the Corridor

Small devices and a lot of technology are being used to ease travel when I-95 is redone through Wilmington. You can help, too.

Some under-the-radar aspects of Restore the Corridor

The work to redo I-95 in Wilmington also involves a contraflow ramp, a road diet on Maryland Avenue and dedicated bus lines on routes 13 and 202.

2 weeks of nighttime closures for Route 141, I-95 links

In another project, starting Thursday and running through April 14, 4 intersections on Route 40/Pulaski Highway in Bear will get upgraded signals.
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