US 301 is a US Highway in the US state of Delaware. US 301 is a toll road and bypasses the town of Middletown from the Maryland border to SR-1 north of Middletown. US 301 is 17 kilometers long.
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West of Middletown, US 301 from Maryland enters the state of Delaware and then becomes a 2×2 lane highway. Here, US 301 forms a toll road and bypass of Middletown. US 301 ends at State Route 1 north of Middletown.
Created in 1932, US 301 did not yet run in Delaware, it was not until 1960, when US 301 was extended from Baltimore to Farnhurst, all the way to I-295 at New Castle. In the 1990s this was shortened to Glasgow because of the unnecessary double numbering with the US 40. With the opening of the toll road, the US 301 between Middletown and the US 40 near Glasgow has been dropped, the length of the US 301 in Delaware became thus shortened from 24 to 17 kilometers.
US 301 was rerouted in 2019 on a 17-mile new toll road that runs from the Maryland border to SR-1 at St. Georges. The original road has 29 intersections, 18 of which have traffic lights. The new road was constructed as a toll road and connects to State Route 1 toward Wilmington just south of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Bridge . Construction started on February 5, 2016 and the toll road opened on January 10, 2019.
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US 301 is a toll road in Delaware between the Maryland border and State Route 1 north of Middletown. The toll road uses electronic toll collection with an E-ZPass or license plate toll. When the toll road opened in 2019, the toll fee was $4 with an E-ZPass.
On the former route of US 301, 14,300 vehicles drove daily at the Maryland border, rising to 24,000 vehicles on the bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway. 39,000 vehicles drove in Glasgow.