DELAWARE STATE HIGHWAY
TERMINUS GALLERY & GUIDES

DE 10


Highway Review:
DE 10 provides an alternate connection between U.S. 13 and U.S. 113 on the south side of Dover. There are no highway intersections along its first 10 miles, making it one of the longest such stretches in the state.

Highway Information:
Distance: 16.1 miles
Counties traveled through: Kent
Highway intersections: DE 15 (Mile 10.1), Alternate U.S. 13 (Mile 12.9), U.S. 13 (Mile 13.2), Alternate U.S. 113 (Mile 14.4), U.S. 113/DE 1 (Mile 16.1)
Highway duplexes: None


WESTERN TERMINUS
Maryland State Line, continues as MD 287

First MD 287 West assurance shield and "Welcome to
Maryland" signage along MD 287 West. There is no "END"
sign at this terminus. (Photo taken 3/18/03)

OTHER HIGHWAY PICTURES

DE 10 West at DE 15 southwest of Wyoming. (Photo taken
3/18/03)
DE 10 West at Alternate U.S. 13 in Camden. (Photo taken
3/18/03)
DE 10 East at U.S. 13 in Camden. (Photo taken 3/18/03)
DE 10 West at U.S. 13 in Camden. (Photo taken 3/18/03)
DE 10 West at Alternate U.S. 113 in Lebanon. (Photo taken
3/18/03)

EASTERN TERMINUS
U.S. 113/DE 1, east of Lebanon

DE 10 East at DE 1/U.S. 113 South. (Photo taken 3/18/03)
DE 10 East at U.S. 113/DE 1 North. There is no "END" sign
at this terminus. This is also the southern end of the DE 1
Turnpike. (Photo taken 3/18/03)
DE 10 West at DE 1/U.S. 113 South. (Photo taken
3/18/03)
DE 10 West assurance shield just west of U.S. 113/DE 1.
U.S. 13 is a three-mile drive ahead. (Photo taken 3/18/03)
U.S. 113/DE 1 North at Exit 95 - DE 10 West/U.S. 113
North - Dover/Camden. This is the last free exit before the
toll road begins. (Photo taken 3/18/03)

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Last updated June 14, 2003 11:36 PM