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DelDOT Announces Weekend Closure of South Market Street for Roadway Construction Beginning Tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 7

Post Date:12/06/2019 12:00 PM

Restrictions on South Market and South Walnut streets will remain in effect through Monday morning

Motorists in Wilmington are advised that the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) will have traffic restrictions in place in South Wilmington from 9:00 p.m. Saturday, December 7, 2019, until 5:00 a.m. Monday, December 9, 2019, weather permitting.
 
As part of the ongoing Christina River Bridge Approaches project, DelDOT says South Market Street between “A” Street and US 13 and South Walnut Street between South Heald Street and US 13 in Wilmington will be closed during part of the weekend. The closure is necessary to complete portions of South Market Street/South Walnut Street reconstruction that tie into the existing roadway. Detour signage will be posted for motorists.

South Market Street Detour Routes: 

  • Market Street Southbound to US 13: turn left from South Market Street onto “A” Street, then right onto South Heald Street and follow to US 13.
  • Market Street to 76ers Fieldhouse: turn left onto “A” Street, then right onto South Heald Street, then right onto Garasches Lane and follow to Fieldhouse.
  • Market Street to James Court Businesses: turn left onto “A” Street, then right onto South Heald Street, then right onto Garasches Lane, then left onto Blue Coat Drive to James Court.

South Walnut Street Detour Routes:

  • US 13 to Walnut Street: proceed to South Heald Street, then turn left onto “A” Street, then right onto Walnut Street.
  • US 13 to 76ers Fieldhouse: proceed to South Heald Street, then turn left onto Garasches Lane and follow to Fieldhouse.
  • US 13 to James Court Businesses: proceed to South Heald Street, then turn left onto Garasches Lane, then left onto Blue Coats Drive and follow to James Court.
  • US 9 to Walnut Street: take US 9 to New Castle Avenue, then turn left onto “A” Street, then right onto Walnut Street.

For additional project information, please visit: http://bit.ly/2RzpAyv

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