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U.S. 13 South - Kent County


U.S. 13 south
U.S. 13 (Dupont Boulevard) transitions into a commercial arterial along Dupont Boulevard through the town of Smyrna. A short distance south of Duck Creek is the north end of Delaware 300 and merge with Delaware 6 east at Glenwood Avenue. Photo taken 12/31/16.
SR 6 & 300 overlap for 1.1 miles west to Smyrna Clayton Boulevard. SR 6 progresses west from there through to the town of Clayton while MSR 300 continues southwesterly to Kenton and Sudlersville, Maryland. Photo taken 12/31/16.
U.S. 13 south & Delaware 6 east
Delaware 6 east combines with U.S. 13 south for three blocks to the intersection of Commerce Street in Smyrna. Photo taken 12/31/16.
Commerce Street leads Delaware 6 east from U.S. 13 (Dupont Boulevard) to Woodland Beach Road beyond Delaware 1. Woodland Beach Road carries the remaining 8.05 miles of Delaware 6 out to Woodland Beach on Delaware Bay. Photo taken 12/31/16.
U.S. 13 south
Continuing south, U.S. 13 (Dupont Boulevard) converges with South Main Street after forthcoming Mill Street. Photo taken 12/31/16.
Smyrna Leipsic Road arcs southeast from U.S. 13 and Smyrna to become Delaware 9 en route to the town of Leipsic. Photo taken 12/31/16.
South from Smyrna Leipsic Road, motorists along U.S. 13 will reach Dover in 12 miles. Milford (31 miles) is referenced for the upcoming ramps with Delaware 1. Photo taken 12/31/16.
The subsequent traffic light on U.S. 13 southbound connects Dupont Boulevard with Delaware 1 (Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway) at the South Smyrna interchange. Photo taken 12/31/16.
The access road for SR 1 also serves adjacent businesses from Canwit Drive. The toll road south stays east of U.S. 13 through to the bypass around Dover. Photo taken 12/31/16.
U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) runs along the east side of Cheswold through to the upcoming junction with Delaware 42 (Main Street). Photo taken 12/28/16.
Delaware 42 forms a 12.72 mile arc from Delaware 9 in Leipsic to Delaware 6 at Blackiston. Photo taken 12/28/16.
The eastern extent of SR 42 follows Fast Landing Road along a rural course east from the overpass above SR 1 to the small town of Leipsic. Photo taken 12/28/16.
SR 42 bisects Cheswold along Main Street en route to the small town of Kenton at SR 300. Photo taken 12/28/16.
The cross roads of U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) and Delaware 42 are known as Bishops Corner. Photo taken 12/28/16.
South of the split with U.S. 13 Alternate (North State Street), Dupont Highway intersects Lepore Road at a J-turn. Lepore Road provides the link from U.S. 13 north to State Street south. Photo taken 12/28/16.
Traveling just east of Silver Lake, U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) advances by additional retail and lodging. Pictured here is the signal at Townsend Boulevard east and Lakeview Drive west. Photo taken 12/28/16.
Dupont Highway comprises a six-lane commercial arterial southward through Dover. Pictured here is the approach to both Delaware 8 (Division Street) and Bay Road, the former alignment of U.S. 113 south to Dover Air Force Base. Photo taken 08/05/07.
Delaware 8 leads east from central Dover to the small town of Little Creek, where it ends at Delaware 9. A half-diamond interchange joins the state route with the SR 1 Turnpike north as well. Photo taken 04/13/04.
U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) southbound at Delaware 8 (Division Street). West from Dover, Delaware 8 takes Forrest Avenue and Halltown Road to the Maryland state line at Marydel. The state route, in conjunction with Maryland 454 and 302, links the capital city with U.S. 301 south to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Photo taken 08/05/07.
U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) south next enters the wye intersection with Bay Road. Until February 2004, Bay Road doubled as U.S. 113 south from Dover toward Milford. The unnumbered arterial serves Blue Hen Corporate Center, the DelDOT Danner Campus and Dover A.F.B through to its merge with Delaware 1 south. Photo taken 08/05/07.
U.S. 13 (DuPont Highway) turns more westerly from the partition with Bay Road to cross the St. Jones River ahead of State Street. State Street heads south out of Downtown Dover to cross paths with Dupont Highway ahead of Rising Sun, Magnolia and Little Heaven. Prior to February 2004, U.S. 113 Alternate overlapped with U.S. 13 south to State Street south. Photo taken 08/05/07.
Southbound reassurance shield posted after State Street. U.S. 13 Alternate parallels Dupont Highway nearby along Governors Avenue. Photo taken 08/05/07.
A short distance separates Dover from the adjacent towns of Camden and Wyoming. U.S. 13 meets Delaware 10 (Lebanon Road) on the east side of Camden. Photo taken 08/05/07.
The Puncheon Run Connector ties into U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) south between Southbee Drive and Webbs Lane. The freeway spur completes the bypass route of Dover from the SR 1 Turnpike south from Smyrna. Photo taken 04/13/04.
2015-17 construction of POW/MIA Parkway replaced Charles Polk Road west from U.S. 13 at the Rodney Village Shopping Center. Known previously as the West Dover Connector, the new divided boulevard provides improved connectivity between U.S. 13, SR 15 and the industrial area along North Street in south Dover. Photo taken 01/15/17.
Crossing Isaac Branch, drivers along U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) south reach the Camden town limits and the partition with U.S. 13 Alternate (Old Camden Road) south. U.S. 13 Alternate acts as a business loop west from Dupont Highway to the Camden town center. Photo taken 01/15/17.
U.S. 13 Alternate was established by 1955 along Main Street through Camden and Upper King Road through Woodside as U.S. 13 was relocated on the then new four-lane Dupont Highway. Interests to Wyoming should follow U.S. 13 Alternate south to Camden Wyoming Avenue west. Photo taken 01/15/17.
Progressing south from Delaware 10 Alternate (Walnut Shade Road) near Woodside, U.S. 13 continues five miles to Felton and 11 miles to the city of Harrington. Photo taken 01/16/17.
U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) becomes more rural through wooded areas west of Double Run. Photo taken 01/16/17.
U.S. 13 Alternate (Upper King Road) returns to Dupont Highway along side Delaware 15 south from Woodside. Photo taken 01/16/17.
The 5.68-mile route of U.S. 13 Alt ends while SR 15 combines with U.S. 13 briefly to link with Canterbury Road south. SR 15 travels 57 miles overall, beginning at SR 71 & 896 at Summit Bridge well to the north in New Castle County. Photo taken 01/16/17.
SR 15 splits with U.S. 13 south via a left-hand turn onto Canterbury Road south at Canterbury. Photo taken 01/15/17.
Heading southeast from Canterbury, SR 15 follows a mostly rural route to SR 12 (Midstate Road) and a terminus at SR 14 (Milford Harrington Highway) at northwest Milford. Photo taken 01/15/17.
Turkey Point Road parallels U.S. 13 just to the west from Woodside south to the rural towns of Viola and Felton. Evens Road links Dupont Highway with Main Street in Viola. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Irish Hill Road extends east from U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) and Evens Road) to Canterbury and the town of Magnolia. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Reassurance marker for U.S. 13 posted after Evens Road west and Irish Hill Road east. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Felton lies three miles ahead, followed by Harrington in nine miles. Salisbury, Maryland is 49 miles away. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Killens Pond State Park, popular for its water park, lies 1.2 miles east of U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) along upcoming Killens Pond Road. Photo taken 01/16/17.
U.S. 13 runs along the east limits of Felton for a short distance preceding Delaware 12 (Main Street). Photo taken 01/16/17.
Delaware 12 (Main Street) ventures west through the heart of Felton from U.S. 13 at Lake Forest Elementary to Berrytown. Photo taken 01/16/17.
A 16.2-mile long route, SR 12 joins Felton with Greensboro, Maryland via MD 314 west from Whiteleysburg. Photo taken 01/16/17.
East from U.S. 13 and Felton, SR 12 lines Midstate Road to Frederica. Photo taken 01/16/17.
A rural six mile drive awaits motorists along U.S. 13 south to Harrington. Seaford, the largest city wholly within Sussex County, is another 20 miles southward. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Killens Poind heads east to Killens Pond State Park and south to Delaware 14 (Milford Harrington Highway). Photo taken 01/16/17.
Reeves Crossing Road stems west from U.S. 13 and Killens Pond Road to Little Mastens Corner Road. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Progressing south, U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) next crosses the Murderkill River. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Winkler Road west and Hopkins Cemetery Road east come together at Dupont Highway preceding this U.S. 13 shield assembly. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Carpenter Bridge Road branches southwest from Delaware 12 and Frederica to lead directly to Harrington via U.S. 13. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Delaware Avenue angles southwest from U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) to the Harrington city center. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Drivers along U.S. 13 south formally enter the city limits of Harrington beyond Delaware Avenue. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Businesses occupy the median of Dupont Highway as U.S. 13 separates into a one-way couplet through east Harrington. Photo taken 01/16/17.
Speed limits reduce to 35 miles per hour as U.S. 13 nears the intersection with Delaware 14 (Clark Street). Photo taken 01/16/17.
Delaware 14 travels west into Downtown Harrington and east along Milford Harrington Highway toward the rural town of Houston and the city of Milford. Photo taken 01/16/17.
West from Harrington, SR 14 winds west across agricultural areas to Burrsville, where MD 317 takes over en route to MD 313 outside Denton. SR 14 east ends at SR 1 (Milford Bypass). Photo taken 01/16/17.
Delaware 14 Truck accompanies U.S. 13 south to Tower Hill Road. The truck route bypasses a sharp turn along Delaware 14 at Clark and Commerce Streets in Downtown Harrington. Photo taken 01/15/17.
Farmington is the next town along U.S. 13 south in four miles. Greenwood follows in eight miles at SR 16 and SR 36. Photo taken 01/15/17.
The Delaware State Fair, home of Harrington Raceway & Casino, lines the west side of U.S. 13 between Dupont Highway and Farmington Road (SR 14 Truck). Photo taken 01/15/17.
Tower Hill Road takes SR 14 Truck west to Farmington Road, which returns the route north to SR 14 (Walt Messick Road) in west Harrington. Photo taken 01/15/17.
Williamsville Road meanders west from the settlement of Williamsville to intersect U.S. 13 across from Hammondtown Road west to Five Corners. Photo taken 01/15/17.
U.S. 13 bypasses Farmington to the east. Main Street links Dupont Highway with the town center. Photo taken 01/15/17.
School Street provides a second route to Farmington following this shield assembly after Main Street. Photo taken 01/15/17.
Nine Foot Road ventures west from U.S. 13 to Delaware 16 (Hickman Road). Delaware 16 straddles the Sussex County line west to Adamsville and Hickman at the Maryland line. Photo taken 01/15/17.
U.S. 13 (Dupont Highway) stays rural southward to the Sussex County line. Photo taken 01/15/17.
U.S. 13 varies as a four lane divided highway or commercial arterial on the 26.69 mile trek through the western third of Sussex County. Photo taken 01/15/17.


 


Photo Credits:

2004-04-13, 2007-08-05, 2016-12-28, 2016-12-31, 2017-01-15, 2017-01-16 by AARoads

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U.S. 13 Business - Bridgeville
U.S. 13 Alternate - Dover
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Delaware 6
Delaware 8
Delaware 10
Delaware 12
Delaware 15
Delaware 42
Delaware 300

Page Updated 02-27-2017.

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