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The DRBA is a multi-faceted transportation Authority responsible for a network of bridges, ferries, and airports that connect people and places in the heart of the Northeast Corridor -- Delaware and Southern New Jersey.  The DRBA owns, operates, and maintains those facilities, as well as the approach roads and access areas to the bridges and ferries.  Below is a quick guide with information about where they are located and what you will find when you visit them listed in the order in which they became part of the DRBA family of services.


The Delaware Memorial Bridge connects New Jersey to Delaware, transporting 100,000 vehicles a day. The first span was opened in 1951 and the second span opened in 1968.

Mailing Address:

PO Box 71

New Castle, DE 19720

Phone: (302) 571-6300

cape may - lewes ferry (cmlf)

Launched in 1964, the Cape May-Lewes Ferry operates daily 365 days a year, connecting Cape May, NJ, with Lewes, DE. Each year since 1964, the ferries carry 800,000 passengers and close to 300,000 vehicles across the 17 miles of the Delaware Bay .

Mailing Address:

PO Box 827

North Cape May, NJ 08204

Phone: (800) 643-3779

Wilmington AIRPORT (ILG)

Wilmington Airport is in the heart of the Northeast Corridor between Philadelphia and Baltimore, with easy access to New York and Washington, D.C.  A premier BizAv airport, it is also home to Avelo Airlines with passenger service to Florida. Georgia, Tennessee, the Carolinas and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Mailing Address:

151 N. Dupont Hwy

New Castle, DE 19720

Phone: (302) 571-6165

Forts Ferry Crossing

In 1997, the DRBA started providing ferry service to promote tourism and connect the historic river forts at Fort Delaware, DE and Fort Mott, NJ. Reservations are handled by the Delaware State Department of Tourism.

Mailing Address:

45 Clinton St.

Delaware City, DE 19706

Phone: (877) 98-PARKS

Cape May Airport (WWD)

Cape May Airport is the gateway to some of the finest beaches, dining, and arts and cultural attractions in the Northeast.  With the growth of new businesses and the arrival of a new wave of entrepreneurs to its Business Park and Tech Hangar complexes, the airport has become the Cape May epicenter of the coastal-shift phenomenon sweeping the region.

Mailing Address:

507 Terminal Dr.

Cape May, NJ 08242

Phone: (609) 886-8652


Millville Executive is New Jersey’s second-largest airport after Newark Liberty International.  Its strategic Northeast location and its proximity to the Atlantic Coast promote ease of international trade and place it within an air-hour of more than 50 million people and some of the nation’s largest businesses.

Mailing Address:

104 Leddon St.

Millville, NJ 08332

Phone: (856) 825-1244

Civil Air Terminal (DOV)

The Civil Air Terminal is the civilian-use facility on the airfield at Dover Air Force Base and is operated under a joint-use agreement with the United States Air Force.  Those wishing to include the Civil Air Terminal in their flight plans must request and receive prior permission within 72 hours.  Seasonally, it is the primary host for aircraft for NASCAR racing events and Firefly Music Festival.

Mailing Address:

2199 Horsepond Rd.

Dover, NJ 19901

Phone: (302) 571-6375

delaware air park (33N)

Delaware Airpark serves the capital city of Dover and is home to Delaware State University’s flight training program. With more than 40 based aircraft, the airpark serves business and recreational flyers year-round.  Seasonally, the airport hosts aircraft for NASCAR racing events and the Firefly Music Festival.

Mailing Address:

127 Durham Ln

Dover, DE 19904

Phone: (302) 571-6312

For More Information:

For questions about available development space or business growth opportunities at any of our facilities, contact:

Michelle Griscom

DRBA Property Manager

PH: (302) 571-6482

E: Michelle.Griscom@drba.net