Transportation Departments In The Tri-State Area Prepping For Winter WeatherWinter weather is coming and should the flakes start to hit these roads sooner than later, crews are ready.
DelDOT Approves Uber To Operate In DelawareThe car service agreed to some rules with the state’s department of transportation including background checks and driving history checks on drivers.
DelDOT Announces Road Closures, Shuttle Service For Biden MemorialOfficials say the Lying in Honor for Biden will be held at Legislative Hall from 1-5 p.m.
Southbound Lanes Of I-495 Reopen To Traffic, Weeks Ahead Of ScheduleA DelDOT spokesperson says work on I-495 southbound is complete, weeks ahead of schedule.
DelDOT Officials: Agency Missed Several Opportunities To Close Tilting I-495 Bridge Before JuneDelDOT officials say the agency missed several opportunities to close the tilting I-495 bridge before June. The finding is part of an internal investigation released Thursday.
Senator Coons Briefed On Repairs To I-495 BridgeDelaware US Senator Chris Coons touring the site around the I-495 bridge, says $2-million in initial emergency federal funds have been made available.
DelDOT Continues To Search For Cause Of Tilting I-495 BridgeEyewitness News reporter Jan Carabeo was able to speak with the engineering consulting company that tipped DelDOT off to this problem in the first place.
No Quick Fixes For I-495 Bridge In Wilmington As Investigation ContinuesEngineers are only in the early stages of this investigation. The findings presented today are preliminary.
I-495 Bridge Over Christina River To Remain Closed IndefinitelyDelDOT is closing the bridge at 6 p.m. because an inspection showed four of the 37 support columns are tilted as much as four percent out of vertical alignment.
Snow Removal Costs Pile Up In DelawareThis has been a winter many people are eager to see come to an end.
Severe Winter Weather Costs Delaware Valley Tens Of Millions... So FarFrom driving snow that crippled traffic and caused accidents, to an ice storm that left more than a half million people in our region in the dark, the cost of this winter could be tallied in varied ways including serious inconveniences.
Delaware Gets Ready For Latest Round Of SnowCrews from the Delaware Department of Transportation prepared to work through the night as snow arrived in Delaware.