Parts Of I-95 In Wilmington Closed This Weekend as part of the ongoing Restore The Corridor project.

If you’re planning weekend travel in Wilmington this weekend, you’ll want to read the announcements below, provided by DelDOT.

The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces to motorists that drainage and paving work near Exits 7A/SR 52 and Exit 8/US 202 interchange will require closures of Exit 7A/SR 52 south and the weekend closure of I-95 Southbound through Wilmington.

The dates of closures are listed below and are subject to change based on weather.

  • Exit 7A/SR 52 South: Overnight Closure — 9 PM Wednesday, September 14 to 5 AM Thursday, September 15 and 9 PM Thursday September 15 to 5 AM Friday September 16
  • Exit 7A/SR 52 South: Closure — 9 AM Friday, September 16 through 5 AM Monday, September 19
  • I-95 Southbound: Weekend Closure — 9 PM Friday, September 16 to 5 AM Monday, September 19. 2nd Street on-ramp will remain open throughout the weekend.

There are, of course, detour routes  while I-95 In Wilmington Closed

You can always check for up to date information on the ongoing project at RestoreTheCorridor.com

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Top Ten Most Stolen Cars In Delaware

Top Ten Most Stolen Cars In Delaware in 2021

Driving in Delaware is no easy task.  Living here in the First State, especially if you’re near the I-95 Restore The Corridor project, you know traffic can be the worst!  Even if your commute doesn’t take you into Philly or Jersey, it can still take time to get around.

Will this construction ever stop?  It will.  At least on I-95. But, we know a new project will soon pop up.  Like, maybe a local bridge?

So, what could make our daily commutes even worse?  Waking up to find our vehicle has been stolen would do the trick.

The crew over at Car Scoops put together a list of not only the top ten most stolen cars in Delaware, but also in every state across the nation.

According to the study from Car Scoops, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reports that a pickup truck was the most commonly stolen vehicle type in 36 of America’s 50 states. In fact, in 27 states, pickups were the two most commonly stolen vehicles.

Hopefully,  you won’t see your vehicle on the list below.  But, if you do, be careful out there and ALWAYS lock your doors.

  • #10. 2012 & 2017 Chevy Malibu

    Thefts in 2021:  27

  • #9. 1999 Full Size Chevrolet Pick Up

    Thefts in 2021: 28

  • #8. 2014 Jeep Cherokee/Grand Cherokee

    Thefts in 2021:  31

  • #7. 2013 Hyundai Elantra

    Thefts in 2021:  32

  • #6. 2013 Hyundai Sonata

    Thefts in 2021:  34

  • #5. 2007 & 2012 Toyota Camry (Tie)

    Thefts in 2021:  2005

  • #5. 2000 Honda CRV (Tie)

    Thefts in 2021:  35

  • #4. 2003 Full Size Ford Pick Up

    Thefts in 2021:  41

  • #3. 2013 Honda Civic

    Thefts in 2021: 55

  • #2. 2010, 2013, 2015, 2020 Nissan Altima

    Thefts in 2021:  58

  • #1. 2013 Honda Accord

    Thefts in 2021:  2013