DRBA Facilities

Delaware Memorial Bridge at SunsetThe Delaware Memorial Bridge
The Delaware Memorial Bridge connects New Jersey to Delaware, transporting more than 86,000 vehicles a day. The first span was opened in 1951 and the second span opened in 1968.

Cape May-Lewes Ferry
The three vessels of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry system, which connects Victorian Cape May, New Jersey, with historic Lewes, Delaware, transport passengers and vehicles 17 miles across the Delaware Bay 365 days a year.

Forts Ferry Crossing
The Forts Ferry Crossing travels between Fort Mott, New Jersey, Fort Delaware on Pea Patch Island and Delaware City, Delaware providing an enjoyable round-trip boat excursion to historic and military sites.

Salem County Business CenterSalem Business Centre
This 71-acre business park, located off Interstate 295 in Salem County, New Jersey, is an ideal location to reach 60 million customers.

New Castle County Airport SignNew Castle Airport
Home to the flight departments of many well-respected companies, the New Castle Airport is centrally located between Philadelphia and Baltimore with easy access to New York and Washington, D.C.

Cape May Airport aerial photoCape May Airport
A large general aviation airport with ample land for development, Cape May Airport caters to recreational fliers headed to the Jersey Shore.

Millville AirportMillville Airport
The Millville Airport, located in Cumberland County, New Jersey, is a regional center for aviation maintenance, training and business activities.

Civil Air Terminal at Dover, DECivil Air Terminal at Dover AFB
Located on the Dover Air Force Base, the Civil Air Terminal is two miles from Dover Downs, host of two yearly NASCAR races.

Delaware AirparkDelaware Airpark
Just five miles from the capital city of Dover, Delaware, the airpark is home to 45 based aircraft including the state university flight training program.