DELAWARE - Many roads in Delaware remain closed after the superstorm. DelDOT officials say that Route 1 between Dewey Beach and Bethany Beach is still closed. Crews are working to removed the sand from the road, then it will be inspected before its re-opened.
Prime Hook Road is also still closed, because of high water. After the water recedes, it will also be inspected before being reopened.
The Blades Draw Bridge is open to vehicle traffic, but it will be a few days before it can be raised and lowered for water traffic, because the electrical equipment needs to be inspected after being submerged.
All traffic signals in the state are working. For the rest of the week, late fees are being waived by the DMV for licenses and vehicle registrations that expired.
DART is back running on its regular schedule, but they are asking riders to be careful getting on and off the buses. DelDOT is working to get rid of the debris that the storm left behind.
PORT MAHON ROAD IS CLOSED FOR CLEANUP UNTIL LATER THIS AFTERNOON 11/2/12 PROBABLY AROUND 3PM
RT 1 AT INDIAN RIVER INLET BRIDGE IS CLOSED UNTIL APPROXIMATELY NOON ON SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4th – PENDING COMPLETION OF STORM CLEANUP AND INSPECTION
PRIME HOOK FROM CODS RD TO END OF ROAD – CLOSED – MAY REOPEN ON SATURDAY AT NOON TO LOCAL TRAFFIC
TUCKERS RD BETWEEN FAWN RD AND SAW MILL RD – CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE
RIVER RD BETWEEN RD 297 AND DE 24 – STILL CLOSED DUE TO HIGH WATER
WEST LINE RD BETWEEN DE 54 AND HUDSON RD - CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE
BLUEBERRY FARM RD SOUTH OF WOODPECKER RD – CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE
FRED HUDSON RD –OPEN
LIGHT HOUSE RD FROM RT36 TO THE END – OPEN
FOWLER BEACH RD – CLOSED INDEFINETLY