555 Bay Road
Dover, Delaware 19901, USA
Toll Free: 1-800-624-2522
Transportation - Kent County, Delaware
Rail service is available through the Delmarva branch of Conrail, providing continuous welded track paralleling U.S. 13. Chesapeake Railroad, a 55-mile short line railroad serving Kent County, interchanges with Norfolk Southern at Clayton, Delaware, and serves the Delaware towns of Clayton, Kenton, Hartly, and Marydel and continues to Easton, Maryland.
Amtrak: Closest Train Station is Wilmington (Acela High Speed Trains/Metroliner Service), 1-800-523-5700.
The Blue Diamond provides scheduled public transportation. In the City of Dover, public transportation is available through the Central Delaware Transit System. In addition, Carolina Trailways serves the County.
Carolina Trailways: 734-1417, 1-800-334-1590;
stops in Smyrna, Dover, Milford, Harrington.
For companies using corporate aircraft (full instrumentation only) Kent County offers the convenience of landing at the Dover Air Force Base. To arrange for landing privileges, contact the Civil Air Terminal at (302) 735-5519. The contact person is: Ben Clendaniel. He may also be reached by e-mail: email@example.com
Through a Joint Use Agreement, instrument-rated pilots and their general aviation airplanes may use the 12,900 ft. runway at Dover Air Force Base. The Delaware Department of Transportation maintains a parking apron and terminal building adjacent to the Kent County AeroPark. Several small airfields are also available for the hobby flier.
*Prior permission required.
The Port of Wilmington, located 40 miles away, provides container and bulk product service to and from all over the world.
No. of Berths:
49.88 miles from Dover (via SR 1 & Rt 13
Kent County is served by Delaware Rt. 1, a new limited access highway, and U.S. 13 and 113, both of which are major 4-lane divided highways running north and south through the Delmarva Peninsula and connecting to Interstate 95, 40 miles to the north. From east to west, Rts. 6, 8, 10, 14 and 300 provide access to and from Baltimore and Washington DC.