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Delaware Route 10 Route information Maintained by DelDOT Length: 16.12 mi[1] (25.94 km) Major junctions West end: MD 287 in Sandtown   DE 10 Alt. near Willow Grove DE 15 west of Camden US 13 Alt. in Camden US 13 in Camden DE 10 Alt. near Lebanon East end: DE 1 at the north gate of Dover Air Force Base Highway system Routes in Delaware ← DE 9 DE 11 → Delaware Route 10 (DE 10) is a state highway in Kent County, Delaware. It runs from Maryland Route 287 at the Maryland border in Sandtown east to an interchange with Delaware Route 1 at the north gate of Dover Air Force Base. The route passes through the towns of Camden and Wyoming along the way. It is a four-lane, divided highway called Lebanon Road between U.S. Route 13 in Camden and Delaware Route 1. The Lebanon Road stretch of Delaware Route 10 was originally the main connector between the Delaware Route 1 turnpike and U.S. Route 13 to points south of Dover. However, the completion of the Puncheon Run Connector in 2001 provided a faster, more efficient connection between the two highways. Delaware Route 10 features one alternate route, Delaware Route 10 Alternate, which provides an alternate alignment to Delaware Route 10 between Willow Grove and Lebanon, passing through Woodside and Rising Sun. What is now DE 10 between the Maryland border and Camden was constructed as a state highway in stages in the 1920s and early 1930s. DE 10 was first designated by 1936 to follow its current alignment between the Maryland border and Camden and current Rising Sun Road to US 113A in Rising Sun. By 1969, DE 10 was rerouted to follow Lebanon Road, a road completed by 1966, to US 113 (now DE 1) near Dover Air Force Base. Lebanon Road was improved into a divided highway by 1981. Contents 1 Route description 2 History 3 Major intersections 4 Bannered routes 5 References Route description Delaware Route 10 heads east from the Maryland border on Willow Grove Road, passing through rural areas. Near the community of Willow Grove, it intersects the western terminus of Delaware Route 10 Alternate. It then continues to the northeast and intersects Delaware Route 15 a short distance west of Camden. It then continues northeast into the town of Camden, where it becomes Caesar Rodney Avenue and heads to the north. At the intersection with Camden Wyoming Avenue along the border between Camden and Wyoming, which follows Caesar Rodney Avenue at this point, DE 10 makes a right turn, heading east on Camden Wyoming Avenue. It intersects U.S. Route 13 Alternate in the center of Camden and then U.S. Route 13 on the eastern border of Camden.[1][2] Past the intersection with US 13, Delaware Route 10 becomes the four-lane, divided Lebanon Road. It heads east through suburban development to the intersection with State Street, where DE 10 Alt. returns to DE 10 from the south. State Street was formerly U.S. Route 113 Alternate until 2004 when the designation was removed following the truncation of U.S. Route 113 from Dover to Milford. Past this intersection, the route continues east and then angles to the northeast, passing through commercial development. It then crosses the St. Jones River and then heads to its eastern terminus at an interchange with Delaware Route 1 adjacent to the north gate of Dover Air Force Base. At the eastern terminus, DE 10 features connections to and from southbound DE 1, and it also intersects Bay Road, the former alignment of US 113, which heads north from the eastern end of the interchange adjacent to the DAFB gate to provide access to and from DE 1 northbound.[1][2] History By 1920, what is now DE 10 existed as an unimproved county road.[3] The portion of the current route through Camden, as well as the road between Camden and Rising Sun, was upgraded to a state highway by 1924.[4] By 1925, the road was completed as a state highway between Willow Grove and Camden, while the portion between the Maryland border near Sandtown and Willow Grove was under proposal as a state highway.[5] The portion of road west of Willow Grove became a state highway by 1931.[6] When Delaware created its state highway system by 1936, DE 10 was assigned to run from the Maryland border near Sandtown to US 113A in Rising Sun, following its current alignment between the Maryland border and Camden and Rising Sun Road between Camden and Rising Sun.[7] The Lebanon Road portion of DE 10 was constructed by 1966, connecting DE 10 east of Camden to US 113 at Dover Air Force Base.[8] DE 10 was rerouted to follow Lebanon Road to US 113 by 1969.[9] The Lebanon Road portion of DE 10 between US 13 and US 113 was completely widened into a divided highway by 1981.[10] By 1994, the DE 1 freeway was constructed in the area of the eastern terminus of DE 10, with an interchange to that road built that incorporated ramps to both DE 10 and the existing US 113, which merged with DE 1 at this point.[11] The US 113 designation was removed from the area in 2004, leaving DE 10 terminating only with DE 1.[12][13] Major intersections The entire route is in Kent County. Location Mile[1] Road Notes Sandtown 0.00 MD 287 west (Sandtown Road) Maryland state line, western terminus Willow Grove DE 10 Alt. east (Henry Cowgill Road) Camden 10.10 DE 15 (Moose Lodge Road/Dundee Road) 12.94 US 13 Alt. (Main Street) 13.19 US 13 (Dupont Highway) Lebanon 14.39 DE 10 Alt. west (State Street) Dover Air Force Base 16.12 DE 1 Interchange, eastern terminus 1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi Bannered routes Delaware Route 10 Alternate Location: Willow Grove-Lebanon Length: 9.23 mi[1] (14.85 km) Delaware Route 10 Alternate is an alternate alignment to Delaware Route 10 in Kent County, Delaware between Willow Grove and Lebanon. The route runs between Willow Grove to Woodside. Delaware Route 10 Alternate shares a brief concurrency with Delaware Route 15 from just west of Woodside to U.S. 13 Alternate in Woodside. Farther east, the route then intersects U.S. Route 13 and turns northeast to Rising Sun. The route then continues back to Delaware Route 10 along South State Street, which used to be U.S. 113 Alternate until U.S. Route 113 was truncated from Dover to Milford.[1][14] Delaware Route 10 Alternate was designated by 1988 onto its current alignment.[15] References ^ a b c d e f http://www.deldot.gov/information/pubs_forms/manuals/traffic_counts/2006/pdf/rpt_pgs1_38_rev.pdf DelDOT 2006 Traffic Count and Mileage Report ^ a b Google, Inc. Google Maps – overview of Delaware Route 10 [map]. Cartography by Google, Inc. Retrieved 2010-08-19. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1920 edition. Retrieved 2010-04-15. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1924 edition. Retrieved 2010-08-01. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1925 edition. Retrieved 2010-08-19. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1931 edition. Retrieved 2010-08-19. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1936/37 edition. Retrieved 2010-04-15. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1966 edition. Retrieved 2010-08-19. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1969 edition. Retrieved 2010-04-20. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1981 edition. Retrieved 2010-08-19. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1994 edition. Retrieved 2010-04-29. ^ "Report on the Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering to the Standing Committee on Highways" (PDF). American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. 2004-01-30. http://cms.transportation.org/sites/route/docs/Pages%20from%202003-USRN_Cmte.pdf. Retrieved 2010-04-15.  ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 2006 edition. Retrieved 2010-08-19. ^ Google, Inc. Google Maps – overview of Delaware Route 10 Alternate [map]. Cartography by Google, Inc. Retrieved 2010-08-19. ^ Delaware Department of Transportation. Delaware Official Highway Map [map] (PDF), 1988 edition. Retrieved 2010-08-19.