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As I-95 surgery begins, DelDOT manages Wilmington impact


WILMINGTON – Inside a nondescript office building in the countryside outside of Smyrna, employees of the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) sit huddled in a spacious, darkened room filled with blinking TV monitors, watching remotely as the morning rush hour unfolds on the screens in front of them along a 3-mile stretch of Interstate 95

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  1. Lou Hi April 21, 2021

    They should just tear it down and us3 495 as the main route. Imagine all of the space for housing!… and parks. What a monumental waste of taxpayer money!


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