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 through 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.

1970s map of Delaware 6 and 300 through Clayton and Smyrna.

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

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.