I-95 Lane, Ramp Closures for Bridge Construction in Delaware

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The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces to motorists that the first stages of the bridge girder installation for the new flyover ramp from I-95 southbound to Route 896 southbound will begin the week of January 22nd and continue through mid-February, weather permitting.

The first 3 stages will utilize overnight lane and ramp closures to erect steel girders as follows:

  • Stage 1 (Anticipated Start: January 22, 2024) will involve overnight lane closures on Northbound I-95.
  • Stage 2 (Anticipated Start: January 29, 2024) will involve overnight lane closures on Southbound I-95 and overnight closure of the Southbound I-95 off ramp onto Southbound Route 896.
  • Stage 3 (Anticipated Start: February 6, 2024) will involve the overnight closure of both Northbound and Southbound I-95.

Detailed information regarding the timing of the lane and ramp closures will be issued in advance as the schedule is finalized.

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