U.S. 202 North

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U.S. 202 North
The two lane ramp from I-95 north combines with a single lane ramp from I-95 south to bring U.S. 202 northbound to three lanes. Motorists proceed one quarter of a mile to the Foulk Road off-ramp. Photo taken 09/27/14.
U.S. 202 traffic bypasses the intersection with Augustine Cutoff. A separated lane extends north from Concord Avenue (SR 202) to the left as well. Photo taken 12/20/16.
A lane drop occurs at the SR 141 south and SR 261 northbound off-ramp as U.S. 202 north combines with the separated lane from SR 202. The forthcoming exit connects Concord Pike with West Park Road, Weldon Road and Rockland Road within the Blue Ball and Fairfax vicinity. Photo taken 12/20/16.
The connection to SR 261 (Foulk Road) north was open by December of 2005 for the multi-state route leading north through Brandywine Hundred. Pennsylvania 261 extends the route 2.3 miles to U.S. 322 at Bethel Township. Photo taken 09/27/14.
U.S. 202 north reaches the two-lane ramp for SR 141 and 261. SR 141 south follows Route 141 Spur northwest to Powder Mill Road (former SR 141) and Childrens Drive. SR 141 north ends as SR 261 begins on the transition to Foulk Road north at Weldin Road. Photo taken 12/20/16.
Shields posted along the northbound off-ramp for SR 141 south and 261 north. SR 141 encircles Wilmington and Elsmere along a route varying between arterial, freeway and the two-lane Tyler McConnell Bridge to Newport. Photo taken 12/20/16.
SR 261 angles northeast 4.6 miles along Foulk Road, a four-lane arterial, throughout the Brandywine Hundred communities to Booths Corner, Pennsylvania. Photo taken 12/20/16.
A traffic light still controls turning movements between the SR 141 (Foulk Road) off-ramps and the U.S. 202 (Concord Pike) mainline. Photo taken 07/31/13.
Leaving the confluence with SR 141 and 261, U.S. 202 advances north with six overall lanes. Photo taken 07/31/13.
The Weldin Road extension west from Foulk Road remains a permanent feature of the Blue Ball area road work. Weldin Road leads east to Shipley Road and north Wilmington, doubling as a second connection to SR 261 (Foulk Road) north and SR 141 south. Photo taken 12/22/12.
Powder Mill Road (former SR 141) east and Murphy Road west tie into the subsequent northbound traffic light along U.S. 202 (Concord Pike). Powder Mill Road serves the former AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals campus to the west while connecting with SR 141 south to Greenville. Murphy Road extends the boulevard to the east to SR 261 (Foulk Road) where it becomes Wilson Road en route to SR 3 (Marsh Road) and Ardencroft. Photo taken 07/31/13.
A series of shopping centers line the east side of U.S. 202 (Concord Pike) to Sharpley Road, which stems west from this signal to residential areas and Mt. Lebanon Road. Photo taken 06/15/12.
A residential street grid lies beyond the commercial strip of U.S. 202 to Talleyville. Pictured here is the traffic light with Woodrow Avenue east. Photo taken 12/22/12.
Northbound U.S. 202 (Concord Pike) at Concord Avenue east. Photo taken 06/15/12.
Whitby Drive arcs northeast from Sharpley Road to intersect U.S. 202 opposite Florence Avenue. Photo taken 12/22/12.
Entering Talleyville, U.S. 202 intersects Prospect Avenue and the entrance to Concord Gallery shopping center. Photo taken 06/15/12.
Mt. Lebanon Road angles northeast from Rockland to end at the separation of U.S. 202 into one-way couplets through Talleyville. There is no access to Mt. Lebanon Road west directly from northbound. Photo taken 06/15/12.
As the north and southbound roadways of U.S. 202 (Concord Pike) separate through the community of Talleyville, several businesses line the median between Mt. Lebanon and Silverside Roads. Brandywine Boulevard west provides access to Concord Pike south for Mt. Lebanon Road west here. Photo taken 06/15/12.
A grassy median appears beyond the west end of Silverside Road on U.S. 202. Silverside Road east links Concord Pike with the north-south roads of Shipley Road, SR 261 (Foulk Road), SR 3 (Marsh Road), Veale Road, Carr Road and U.S. 13 Business (Philadelphia Pike). Photo taken 12/22/12.
Continuing north from Silverside Road, a U-turn ramp provides access to southbound U.S. 202 businesses and Garden of Eden Road west. Photo taken 06/15/12.
Righter Parkway ties into U.S. 202 at the signalized intersection from Delaware Corporate Center across from Concord Square shopping center. Photo taken 12/22/12.
Rocky Run Parkway encircles Brandywine Commons shopping center west from U.S. 202 opposite Widener University. Photo taken 06/15/12.
U.S. 202 (Concord Pike) north at the south entrance to Concord Mall.
Concord Mall is a regional shopping center situated along the east side of U.S. 202 between Talleyville and Naamans Road (SR 92). The mall opened in 1965 and is the second largest in the state. Photo taken 06/15/12.
The north entrance to Concord Mall lies opposite the north side of Brandywine Commons shopping center. Photo taken 06/15/12.
A small guide sign precedes the busy intersection of U.S. 202 (Concord Pike) and SR 92 (Naamans Road). SR 92 arcs east from here to Claymont, connecting with Interstate 95 by TriState Mall and the state line. Photo taken 12/22/12.
West SR 92 takes Beaver Valley Road onto adjacent Thompson Bridge Road southwest along a rustic drive into Brandywine Creek State Park. The state route concludes an 8.8-mile route at SR 100 near Montchanin. Naamans Road east comprises a busy arterial route to U.S. 13 (Philadelphia Pike) near Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania. Photo taken 12/22/12.
The final shield for U.S. 202 stands after SR 92 (Naamans Road). Photo taken 12/21/17.
Back to back traffic lights follow SR 92 (Naamans Road) to the immediate north for an adjacent business park and Brandywine Town Center. Photo taken 12/22/16.
U.S. 202 (Concord Pike) reduces to two through lanes beyond Brandywine Parkway east to Brandywine Town Center. Photo taken 12/22/16.

Photo Credits:

06/15/12, 12/22/12, 07/31/13, 09/27/14, 12/20/16, 12/22/16, 12/21/17 by AARoads

Connect with:
State Route 92
State Route 141
State Route 261

Page Updated 11-16-2018.