The interactive map to the left contains several detailed features of the current freight infrastructure in Delaware
- Truck Parking Locations and undesignated truck parking clusters
- Identified Truck Bottlenecks
- First/Final mile connections
- Current Designed Freight Highway Network
- Congestion Conditions along freight routes
- Traffic Volumes
- Areas of high Truck Trip Generation
- Commercial Waterways
HOW TO USE MAP: Scroll through the map legend to view each individual layer. Most features have additional supporting data by selecting them on the map.
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Delaware Freight Plan - Existing Conditions
A summary of key portions of freight infrastructure in Delaware
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Truck Parking Locations
Current Public & Private parking locations.
Undesignated Truck Parking Clusters
Locations along ramps, shoulders, parking lots etc... which were identified by the DE Truck Parking Study that experience truck parking for extended periods of time overnight.
National Highway Freight Network (NHFN)
The Delaware portion of the NHFN.
Rail Lines (Active for freight)
Delaware Identified Freight Bottlenecks
Road segments identified by DelDOT to have constraints that significantly affect freight mobility and reliability.
First / Final Mile Freight Connectors
Local/Collector roads that serve as access points to employment centers and truck generating facilities.
Peak Hour Congestion
Measure of Travel Speed during PM Peak Period (4-6pm) vs. Overnight Freeflow Speeds. Fall 2019
Commercially Navigable Waterways
Source: US Army Corps of Engineers’ National Waterway Network database
DE Truck Volumes
Daily truck volumes, measuring total unit and combination vehicles
Freight Intensive Sector Employment
Employment sectors which a heavily reliant on truck activity
Center your desired location under the cross hairs and click the launch streetview button.
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