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Re: Delaware
« Reply #1300 on: March 17, 2019, 06:57:57 AM »

Would this prove the fact that they will continue the 404 Eastward ?
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1377202&iProjectObjectID=48378


It proves they studied it and proposed improvements.   Until they've put it out to bid and a bid has been approved, it doesn't prove that they will actually build and/or continue it.
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Re: Delaware
« Reply #1301 on: March 17, 2019, 11:40:25 AM »

Would this prove the fact that they will continue the 404 Eastward ?
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1377202&iProjectObjectID=48378

Also this has some more information regarding U.S. 113
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1365700&iProjectObjectID=48378

It's an intersection improvements project that was part of the US 113 Study, it isn't related to any potential corridor-wide improvements for DE 404.
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Re: Delaware
« Reply #1302 on: March 17, 2019, 12:45:06 PM »

Would this prove the fact that they will continue the 404 Eastward ?
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1377202&iProjectObjectID=48378

Also this has some more information regarding U.S. 113
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1365700&iProjectObjectID=48378

It's an intersection improvements project that was part of the US 113 Study, it isn't related to any potential corridor-wide improvements for DE 404.
Yes I know, but if they are making it grade separated, then it has a chance to be built out later on


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Re: Delaware
« Reply #1303 on: March 17, 2019, 12:45:48 PM »

Would this prove the fact that they will continue the 404 Eastward ?
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1377202&iProjectObjectID=48378


It proves they studied it and proposed improvements.   Until they've put it out to bid and a bid has been approved, it doesn't prove that they will actually build and/or continue it.
Ok, it looks pretty detailed like they are gonna do it.


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Re: Delaware
« Reply #1304 on: March 17, 2019, 01:25:05 PM »

Would this prove the fact that they will continue the 404 Eastward ?
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1377202&iProjectObjectID=48378

Also this has some more information regarding U.S. 113
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1365700&iProjectObjectID=48378

It's an intersection improvements project that was part of the US 113 Study, it isn't related to any potential corridor-wide improvements for DE 404.
Yes I know, but if they are making it grade separated, then it has a chance to be built out later on


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Not really, the grade separation proposed favors US 113 traffic over DE 404 traffic and does not address the fact that DE 404 immediately enters downtown Georgetown and narrows down. If DE 404 were to be dualized there would likely have to be significant new construction to get around the core of Georgetown which is not being studied, let alone being proposed. This project is not a step towards a dualized DE 404.
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Re: Delaware
« Reply #1305 on: March 17, 2019, 01:32:08 PM »

Not really, the grade separation proposed favors US 113 traffic over DE 404 traffic and does not address the fact that DE 404 immediately enters downtown Georgetown and narrows down. If DE 404 were to be dualized there would likely have to be significant new construction to get around the core of Georgetown which is not being studied, let alone being proposed. This project is not a step towards a dualized DE 404.

DE-404 would have a northern bypass of Georgetown in a 4-lane DE-404 corridor, that would be my prediction.
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Re: Delaware
« Reply #1306 on: March 17, 2019, 01:38:02 PM »

Would this prove the fact that they will continue the 404 Eastward ?
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1377202&iProjectObjectID=48378

Also this has some more information regarding U.S. 113
https://www.deldot.gov/public.ejs?command=PublicProjectPortalDocument&iDID=1365700&iProjectObjectID=48378

It's an intersection improvements project that was part of the US 113 Study, it isn't related to any potential corridor-wide improvements for DE 404.
Yes I know, but if they are making it grade separated, then it has a chance to be built out later on


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Not really, the grade separation proposed favors US 113 traffic over DE 404 traffic and does not address the fact that DE 404 immediately enters downtown Georgetown and narrows down. If DE 404 were to be dualized there would likely have to be significant new construction to get around the core of Georgetown which is not being studied, let alone being proposed. This project is not a step towards a dualized DE 404.
Not really, the grade separation proposed favors US 113 traffic over DE 404 traffic and does not address the fact that DE 404 immediately enters downtown Georgetown and narrows down. If DE 404 were to be dualized there would likely have to be significant new construction to get around the core of Georgetown which is not being studied, let alone being proposed. This project is not a step towards a dualized DE 404.

DE-404 would have a northern bypass of Georgetown in a 4-lane DE-404 corridor, that would be my prediction.
Agreed, this interchange improvement is mainly favors US-113 traffic as it's apart of the overall corridor improvements for the U.S. 113 corridor to eliminate a traffic signal. It does benefit DE-404 slightly, as it results in more green time not having to wait for US-113 cross traffic, but any large improvement to DE-404 would likely be either a northern bypass, or a southern bypass tying into the existing US-9 bypass. Whatever is chosen is dependent on how important DE-404 is. If the goal is to provide a 4-lane divided highway or freeway, then a northern bypass would be the best answer. If it's just simply a road to deter DE-404 traffic away from downtown, tying into the US 9 bypass could also work.
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