Dover/Kent County MPO has new executive director Reed Macmillan hired to take on role as agency leader CAMDEN — The Dover/Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization has hired a new executive director. On Oct. 18, the MPO Council voted to approve the hire of Reed Macmillan. Macmillan’s first day at the MPO will be Monday, Oct. […]
The Dover/Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization is seeking public comment on a proposed amendment to its FY 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This comment period will start on Tuesday, Sept. 8 and end on Thursday, Oct. 8. The proposed amendment calls for the removal of a project on Route 300, Glenwood Avenue, in Smyrna. This […]
The Dover/Kent County MPO office will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7 in observance of Labor Day. Offices will re-open as usual on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Thank you, and have a safe and happy holiday weekend!
On Sept. 2, the Dover/Kent County MPO Council voted to approve three amendments to the MPO’s FY 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Plan. The first amendment refers to an addition of a third lane in both the northbound and southbound directions of U.S. 13 from Lochmeath Way in Camden to Walnut Shade Road near Woodside. In addition […]
The Dover/Kent County MPO is the federally-designated agency responsible for coordinating transportation planning and programming in Kent County, Delaware, including all of Milford and Smyrna. Plans and programs adopted by the MPO outline how federal transportation funds will be spent and must comply with federal laws governing clean air and transportation. If you have any […]
It’s chilly outside, but the Dover/Kent County MPO’s winter edition of its newsletter, Journeys, is hot off the press. Click here to read your copy. It is also available by going to the home page and looking under the Publications menu.