Delaware Road Status



DelDOT Update of Flooded Road Conditions – Current as of 9 a.m. Monday, October 5, 2015

Dover:  The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces that the following roads are either closed due to high water, or the roadways are passable, but with water on the roadway. Please use caution.

The following roadways are CLOSED due to high water:

New Castle County
Nonesuch Creek at Airport Road
Old State Road at Old Corbitt Road
Pyles Lane at Pigeon Road
Route 9/Silver Run at Appoquinimink River

Kent County
Route 9 between Paddock Road and Woodland Beach Road
Deep Grass Lane between Thistlewood Road and Williamsville Road
Prospect Church Road south of Route 14
Deep Grass Lane between Williamsville Road and Gun and Rod Club Road
Andrewsville Road between Flat Iron Road and Gingerwood Road

Killens Pond Road south of Sandbox Road
Big Stone Beach Road between New Wharf Road and Greenhouse Road
Fork Landing Road between Rothermel Road and Carpenters Bridge Road

Sussex County

Prime Hook Road in Milton

Fred Hudson Road between Route 1 and Cedar Neck Road

Front Street in Milton

River Road in Oak Orchard
Route 36/Cedar Beach Road at Drawbridge to Bay Avenue
New Road at Canary Creek
Falling Point Road between Route 26 and Wingate Road
Round Pole Bridge Road between Hudson Road and the Bridge

The following roadways remain OPEN, however water is on the roadway and motorists should use caution while traveling in this area:

Sussex County
Oyster Road near end of the road

Cods Road at Draper Road
Thirteen Curves road at Cods Road

Long Neck Road between Mariners Cove Development to Masseys Landing

South Shore Drive between Route 1 and dead end
Route 16 between Turkle Pond Road to the end

The road posting will be in effect until the water has receded to a safe travel level.

Those interested can view video of “Live Traffic” conditions in New Castle, Kent, and Sussex Counties at and the DelDOT app for live updates on road conditions.

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