connections that move you
The Delaware Memorial Bridge links Delaware and New Jersey with graceful twin spans soaring high above the Delaware River.
Take a break from the ordinary on memorable cruises that connect people across the Delaware Bay and the Delaware River.
Learn about the five DRBA airports in Delaware and New Jersey and the exciting business opportunities taking place in regional aviation.
Veterans Memorial Park at the Bridge honors those who served and sacrificed in combat in our armed services.
our missionConnecting people and places in the heart of the Northeast Corridor.
The Delaware River & Bay Authority (DRBA) is an organization of people serving people. The bi-state agency is proud of its transportation connections that serve the traveling public and also its involvement in partnered economic development initiatives in both Delaware and New Jersey. The Authority's community involvement reflects its 60-year history of giving back to the community and public it serves.
We invite you to learn more about our history, what we do, and our vision for the future through this web site. Thank you for checking in with us and we hope you're able to use one of our connections to visit relatives, transport goods or services or take a well-deserved vacation. After all, that's our mission -- to connect people and places in the heart of the Northeast Corridor.
A Look at the DRBA Today
The DRBA is a member of the NJ E-ZPass. Our Customer Service Center is located in the Vincent A. Julia Building adjacent to the Toll Plaza. Hours are:
2PM - 6 PM Thursdays
11AM-3PM All other weekdays
Closed Saturday and Sunday
For More Info:
(888) AUTO-TOLL -- (888) 288-6865
Live Traffic Cams
Looking for traffic cams to see traffic on the Delaware Memorial Bridge? Here's your button to the page.
Are you headed to the Shore and also curious about traffic at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry? Or, if you're a wildlife watcher, are you curious about our local Osprey who nest at the Lewes terminal? Here's the button for you.
News & UPDATES
Did You Know?The first vehicle on the first crossing of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry
on July 1, 1964 was a Ford Mustang.
Did You Know?Today, the Delaware Memorial Bridge handles more vehicles in an hour
than it did the entire first day it was opened.
Did You Know?The first span of the Delaware Memorial Bridge was opened for traffic
on August 15, 1951.