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New Motorcycle Helmet Law Aims to Reduce Fatalities

SB 86 will require anyone obtaining a new motorcycle endorsement starting September 1, 2023, to wear a helmet and eye protection during the first two years of their endorsement. A civil penalty will be assessed to those found to be in violation.




DelDOT Releases NEVI Plan Requests for Proposals

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces the opening of requests for proposals for the state’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Plan. The NEVI program will provide a total of $17.5 million to Delaware over a five-year period to deploy fast and reliable electric vehicle charging stations along highways. The goal of NEVI, part of […]




DelDOT Honors Sixth Class of Project SEARCH Graduates

Governor John Carney joined Department of Transportation Secretary Nicole Majeski to celebrate the sixth class of Project SEARCH graduates at a ceremony Friday afternoon. Project SEARCH provides real-life work experience combined with training in employability and independent living skills to help youths with disabilities make successful transitions from school to productive adult life. The program […]




Ride Smart, Ride Safe During Motorcycle Awareness Month

Governor John Carney has proclaimed May is Motorcycle Awareness Month and the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) along with the Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) encourages motorcyclists to ride smart and ride safely through education and awareness. Every year from April through November, DMV offers six motorcycle safety courses for various skill levels, […]




DelDOT Breaks Ground on I-95/896 Interchange Improvements Project

The construction project includes reconfiguration of existing interchange ramps, widening of I-95 northbound and southbound, widening and rehabilitation of existing bridges on I-95 and SR 896, and construction of new bridges, retaining walls, sign structures, and lighting. A separated path will also span the interchange providing a connection for bicycle and foot traffic from Newark to Glasgow.







 Pages Tagged With: "DelDOT — News"

New Motorcycle Helmet Law Aims to Reduce Fatalities

SB 86 will require anyone obtaining a new motorcycle endorsement starting September 1, 2023, to wear a helmet and eye protection during the first two years of their endorsement. A civil penalty will be assessed to those found to be in violation.




DelDOT Releases NEVI Plan Requests for Proposals

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces the opening of requests for proposals for the state’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Plan. The NEVI program will provide a total of $17.5 million to Delaware over a five-year period to deploy fast and reliable electric vehicle charging stations along highways. The goal of NEVI, part of […]




DelDOT Honors Sixth Class of Project SEARCH Graduates

Governor John Carney joined Department of Transportation Secretary Nicole Majeski to celebrate the sixth class of Project SEARCH graduates at a ceremony Friday afternoon. Project SEARCH provides real-life work experience combined with training in employability and independent living skills to help youths with disabilities make successful transitions from school to productive adult life. The program […]




Ride Smart, Ride Safe During Motorcycle Awareness Month

Governor John Carney has proclaimed May is Motorcycle Awareness Month and the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) along with the Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) encourages motorcyclists to ride smart and ride safely through education and awareness. Every year from April through November, DMV offers six motorcycle safety courses for various skill levels, […]




DelDOT Breaks Ground on I-95/896 Interchange Improvements Project

The construction project includes reconfiguration of existing interchange ramps, widening of I-95 northbound and southbound, widening and rehabilitation of existing bridges on I-95 and SR 896, and construction of new bridges, retaining walls, sign structures, and lighting. A separated path will also span the interchange providing a connection for bicycle and foot traffic from Newark to Glasgow.