WILMINGTON, Del – Governor John Carney, joined by Mayor of Wilmington Mike Purzycki, Secretary of Transportation Jennifer Cohan, and other state and local officials, on Thursday highlighted the Work-a-Day Earn-a-Pay Program Pilot Public Works Jobs program and announced an expansion beyond the City of Wilmington. The $150,000 pilot initiative funded by DelDOT created a partnership […]
The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is proud to host the Northeast Association of State Transportation Officials (NASTO) 2019 Annual Conference at the Chase Center in Wilmington from July 8 – 10, 2019. “This is a great opportunity to showcase Delaware to several hundred transportation officials as we gather to discuss a variety of issues […]
With the 4th of July holiday approaching, DelDOT advises motorist to expect heavy traffic volumes on roads throughout the state this week, with Wednesday, July 3, expected to be the day with the heaviest traffic. AAA is forecasting a record-breaking 48.9 million Americans will travel this Independence Day, an increase of more than four percent […]
Department of Transportation Secretary Jennifer Cohan, Delaware Chief Information Officer James Collins, Department of Education Secretary Susan Bunting, Secretary of Labor Cerron Cade, and Caesar Rodney School District Superintendent Kevin Fitzgerald celebrated the second class of Project SEARCH graduates at a ceremony Friday afternoon. “We are so proud of these nine young men and what […]
A controlled burn on a 43-acre former farm field along U.S. Route 301 will provide fertile ground for “Delaware’s first pollinator mitigation site” – where state officials hope native wildflowers will flourish to restore lost habitat for pollinators such as bees and birds.
The Delaware Forest Service conducted the successful firing operation on March 20 in cooperation DelDOT and DNREC’s Division of Fish and Wildlife, which supplied valuable personnel, logistical support, and equipment. Thanks to favorable weather conditions and DelDOT lane adjustments on U.S. 301 North, the four-hour burn caused minimal disruptions to traffic and virtually no smoke effects on the adjacent Spring Mill housing development.