Delaware 6 (Millington Road) extends east from Maryland 291 through Blackiston State Wildlife Management Area through agricultural areas to Blackiston. Suburban development increases along Millington Road, as Delaware 6 approaches Clayton, where it joins Main Street through the town center. A 1.10 mile overlap with Delaware 300 takes the route northward into Smyrna along Glenwood Avenue to U.S. 13 (Dupont Boulevard).

Turning south along side U.S. 13 for 0.29 miles, SR 6 resumes an eastern heading along Commerce Street. Commerce Street crosses over SR 1 (Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway) and becomes Woodland Beach Road east of the Smyrna town line. Traversing farm land to SR 9 (Hay Point Landing Road), the eastern extent of SR 6 travels just above sea level along a causeway leading northeast from Serverson Neck to Woodland Beach.

Delaware 6 Highway Guides

Delaware 6 was designated by 1936 between Kent County, Maryland and Woodland Beach. The alignment in Smyrna was changed by 1996 to relocate Delaware 6 away from Commerce Street through Downtown. This resulted in the dog leg along side both U.S. 13 (Dupont Boulevard) and Delaware 300 (Glenwood venue) west to Smyrna Clayton Boulevard.

Delaware 6 - 2015 Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)

  • 1,813 - Maryland line to Sewell Branch Road
  • 2,044 - SR 42 to west Clayton limits
  • 3,491 - Duck Creek Road to Clayton Avenue
  • 6,156 - Clayton Avenue to east Clayton limits
  • 15,297 - Main Street to U.S. 13 (Dupont Boulevard)
  • 5,435 - U.S. 13 (Dupont Boulevard) to east Smyrna limits
  • 1,299 - Road 64 to Lighthouse Road
  • 539 - Lighthouse Road to Delaware Avenue
1970s map of Delaware 6 and 300 through Clayton and Smyrna.

Delaware 6 scenes
Duck Creek Road crosses into Kent County to become Main Street South ahead of Delaware 6 & 300 (Glenwood Avenue) and Downtown Smyrna. Photo taken 06/17/12.



Photo Credits:

06/17/12 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 13
Delaware 9
Delaware 15
Delaware 42
Delaware 300

Page Updated 02-16-2017.