First Phase of Bridge Deck Project Winds Down

November 9, 2022

First Phase of Bridge Deck Project Winds Down

Additional Nighttime Lane Closures to Remove Concrete Jersey Barriers 

NEW CASTLE, Del. – Today, Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) officials announced that its contractor, UHPC Solutions North America LLC of Orange, New Jersey will begin demobilization efforts on New Jersey Span starting on Thursday, November 10.  The first phase of the major construction project to rehabilitate the bridge deck (driving surface) of the New Jersey bound span is winding down and all lanes are expected to reopen prior to the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend.  

The demobilization of the construction zone, including the removal of construction equipment and concrete Jersey Barriers, is set to begin on Thursday, November 10, 2022.  Once the demobilization effort on the New Jersey bound Span is complete, work will shift to the Delaware bound Span to clear the Jersey barriers for the Bypass Lane. 

New Jersey Bound Span of Delaware Memorial Bridge

Thursday, November 10 – Sunday, November 13, 2022:  The two (2) right lanes remained closed, with a third lane closed from 10:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. to remove the concrete Jersey Barriers and replace them with traffic barrels.   During this process, the left lane on the New Jersey bound Span and the Bypass Lane on the Delaware bound bridge will remain open. 

For the latest in traffic information and project updates, follow the Bridge on Twitter @demembridge or sign up for text alerts at

About the Delaware River and Bay Authority
The DRBA, a bi-state governmental agency created by Compact in 1962, owns and operates the Delaware Memorial Bridge, the Cape May- Lewes Ferry, and the Forts Ferry Crossing.  The DRBA also manages corporate and aviation properties through its economic development powers - two airports in New Jersey (Millville Airport and Cape May Airport) and three in Delaware (New Castle Airport, Civil Air Terminal and Delaware Airpark). All DRBA operating revenues are generated through the bridge, ferry and airport facilities.  For more information, visit