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Delaware Department of Transportation

Transportation Alternatives Program - TAP

Active Projects

Active projects are either in concept planning, design or construction and are listed below based on the TAP categories as identified under one of the qualifying TAP categories listed in the federal legislation.

Streetscape Projects

Streetscape projects typically consist of one or more of the following: new or reconstructed sidewalks, walkways, or curb ramps; lighting, landscaping, paved shoulders for non-motorized use, bike lane striping, bike parking, bike racks and other street furniture. For projects related to the scenic byway program: construction of turnouts, overlooks, and viewing areas; landscaping, street furniture, lighting, public art, and gateways along highways, streets, historic highways, trails, and waterfronts.

  • Ocean View Streetscape Improvements, Phase III
  • Midtown Brandywine Streetscape Improvements
  • St. Georges Streetscape Improvements, Phase II
  • Route 54 Sidewalk Improvements
  • 11th Street Streetscape Improvements
  • North Street Streetscape Improvements
  • Bradford Streetscape Enhancements
  • Brandywine South Pedestrian Improvements
  • St. Georges Streetscape, Phase III
  • Concord Avenue Streetscape, Phase II
  • Old Brandywine Village Streetscape Improvements
  • Wilmington Pedestrian Improvements
  • Ocean View Phase, IV
  • Town of Townsend Streetscape Improvements, Phase II
  • Southbridge Streetscape Improvements, Phase II
  • Walnut Street Streetscape Improvements
  • Savannah Road Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements
  • Lake Avenue Streetscape
  • H. Fletcher Brown Park

Multi-use path projects

Multi-use path projects typically consist of one or more of the following: bike lane striping, bike parking, and bus racks; construction or major rehabilitation of off-road shared use paths (non-motorized transportation trails); trailside and trailhead facilities for shared use paths; bridges and underpasses for pedestrians and bicyclists and for trails.

  • Old Lancaster Pike Bridges
  • City of Wilmington Bike Facility
  • White Clay Creek Bike and Pedestrian Bridge

Environmental Mitigation

Environmental mitigation projects typically consist of managing existing highway runoff; soil erosion controls, detention and sediment basins.

  • Anchorage Canal Drainage Area Highway Stormwater Pond

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