• I-95 Southbound Overnight Ramp Closures - UPDATE

    I-95 Southbound Overnight Ramp Closures - UPDATE

    Paving operations for I-95 Southbound weekend closure will require overnight closures of the Exit 6, MLK Blvd /4th St and Exit 7A, SR 52 South/Delaware Ave off-ramps in Wilmington. Exit 6 closed 9/27 from 8PM-5AM. Exit 7A closed 9/28 from 8PM-5AM. Read More
  • I-95 Southbound and 2nd Street On-ramp - Weekend Closure

    I-95 Southbound and 2nd Street On-ramp - Weekend Closure

    Paving, striping and related work between the Exit 8/US 202 interchange and the I-495 split will require the closure of I-95 SB through Wilmington and the 2nd Street on-ramp to I-95 SB from Friday, Sept. 30 at 8 PM until Monday, Oct. 3 at 5 AM. Read More
  • I-95 Northbound Traffic Pattern Change Near US 202 Interchange

    I-95 Northbound Traffic Pattern Change Near US 202 Interchange

    Starting on or around Aug. 25, the left shoulder on I-95 NB near Exit 8 will be closed. The NB left lane will be the through lane and the NB right lane will be for traffic exiting at US 202. Read More
  • Electronic Speed Safety Program is Now Issuing Violations

    Electronic Speed Safety Program is Now Issuing Violations

    The warning period for the Electronic Speed Safety Program in the I-95 construction zone in Wilmington ended April 17. As of Monday, April 18, first-time offenders will receive a warning and all subsequent violations will result in a violation notice. Read More
  • Phase 2 Traffic Pattern Now in Effect

    Phase 2 Traffic Pattern Now in Effect

    See maps below for current ramp closures.
  • Alternative Routes to Major Destinations

    Alternative Routes to Major Destinations

    There are many alternate routes you can use to get around construction on I-95. I-495 is always a great alternative. You can also go to DelDOT’s interactive traffic map, or download the DelDOT or Waze app for your Android or iPhone. Read More
  • Get Real-Time Traffic Information

    Get Real-Time Traffic Information

    DelDOT’s interactive map provides the most up-to-date information regarding travel around the state. Find real-time traffic delays, travel times, roadway conditions and live traffic cameras. Read More
  • Guide to Getting Around During Construction

    Guide to Getting Around During Construction

    Want to know more? Here is everything you need to know about the construction on I-95. Read More
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DelDOT Restore the Corridor Map Phase 2

Current and Upcoming Construction Activities (8/22 through 9/26/22)

Southern Project Limits

  • Concrete barrier and paving

Northern Project Limits (Between Viaduct and Brandywine River Bridge)

  • Concrete barrier, paving, guardrail, electric

Viaduct (South of Frawley Stadium to 4th Street)

  • Section 4 (MLK Blvd. to 4th)
    • Parapet (8/29 – 9/2); pavement grinding/sealing (9/19 -9/21)
  • Section 3 (DART to MLK Blvd.)
    • Pavement overlay (9/6 – 9/14)
    • Parapet (9/13 – 9/16)
    • Pavement grinding/sealing (9/20-9/22)
  • Section 2 (Frawley Stadium to DART)
    • Pavement overlay (8/22 – 9/2)
    • Parapet (9/6- 9/13)
    • Pavement grinding/sealing (9/15 -9/19)
  • Section 1 (South of Frawley Stadium to Frawley Stadium)
    • Pavement overlay (8/29 – 9/14)
    • Parapet (9/16 – 9/20)
    • Pavement grinding/sealing (9/24 -9/26)

Brandywine River Bridge

  • Joint replacement (through 9/9)
  • Parapet (9/6 – 9/20)

Guide to Getting Around During Construction

Not sure what your travel options are during construction? The Restore the Corridor “Guide to Getting Around During Construction” will help answer your questions and provide the information you need, including maps showing lane/ramp closures and traffic patterns.

DelDOT Restore the Corridor Guide
Project Guide
Electronic speed sign

Delaware Electronic Speed Safety Program

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) in partnership with the Delaware State Police has enacted a pilot electronic Speed Safety Program which is active only in the I-95 construction zone in Wilmington. This program will last until the end of the project. Frequently Asked Questions