Concord Pike (US 202) Corridor Master Plan
Since the adoption of the full plan in 2022, the Concord Pike Monitoring Committee (CPMC) was formed in 2022 with the purpose to help guide and fulfill the recommendations of the Plan. The Annual Monitoring Report is a summary of transportation and land use conditions and changes within the Churchman’s Crossing study area, developed by the project partners: WILMAPCO, DelDOT, DTC, and New Castle County Department of Land Use, in support of and coordination with the CPMC.
|View the 2023 Concord Pike Monitoring Report (Storymap)|
|View 2023 Newsletters (Spring) (Summer)|
|Recent Concord Pike Monitoring Committee Events & Meetings|
|Committee Meeting Date||Presentations & Meeting Recordings||Other Meeting Materials|
|June 7th, 2023|
|May 3rd Public Workshop||
|April 5th, 2023|
|November 30, 2022||
|May 11th, 2022|
|December 11th, 2021||
Concord Pike Master Plan
New Castle County Department of Land Use, DelDOT, and WILMAPCO developed a Master Plan for the Concord Pike (US 202) Corridor, encompassing the area between the City of Wilmington and the Pennsylvania state line. The Master Plan provides a 20-year vision that identifies cohesive land use and transportation strategies to ensure that Concord Pike will continue to be a safe, accessible, and economically thriving place for all. The plan was endorsed by WILMAPCO Council in September 2020.
|Concord Pike Master Plan (2021) – Full Document and Appendicies|
|Final Report|| Interactive Map of Recommended Improvements
(Land Use) (Transportation)
|Appendix A: Project Lists||Appendix E: Public Comments|
|Appendix B: Traffic Analysis Technical Memo||Appendix F: Multiway Concepts|
|Appendix C: Focus Area Illustrations and Concepts|
|Appendix D: Bicycle, Pedestrian and Intersection Treatment Toolkit|
Plan Update Public Outreach Efforts
Public outreach for this project was conducted over the course of the development of the plan, including elected officials (state and local), members of the business and development community, community and civic leaders, environmental advocates, and other institutional leaders, and one-one-one and small group interviews.
Previous Plans and Other Documents