Second Virtual Public Information Meeting on Status of Cape May – Lewes Ferry Master Plan

September 23, 2021

Second Virtual Public Information Meeting on Status of Cape May – Lewes Ferry Master Plan

Representatives from the consultant and naval architect firm, Elliott Bay Design Group, as well as CMLF staff will be present to discuss the information.

Second Virtual Public Information Meeting on Status of 
Cape May – Lewes Ferry Master Plan

CAPE MAY, NJ – Cape May – Lewes Ferry (CMLF) officials announced that Marine Master Plan Public Meeting #2 will be held on Thursday, October 7 at 6:00 p.m. to share the findings of the fleet analysis and how different proposed fleet configurations compare to one another in terms of cost, scheduling, capacity, and other key metrics.  Representatives from the consultant and naval architect firm, Elliott Bay Design Group, as well as CMLF staff will be present to discuss the information.

When:    Thursday, October 7, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.

Platform:  Zoom Meeting

Virtual meeting registration:  Registration is required.  Click here to register.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information to join the virtual meeting.

This webinar workshop will allow attendees to listen in and provide comments and questions via the chat box. If you cannot attend the webinar, the consultant team is continuing to collect feedback through e-mail at MarineMasterPlan@drba.net, via phone message at 609-889-7280, or by mailing comments to Heath Gerhkre, PO Box 827, North Cape May, NJ 08204. 

Future phases of work will include the development of a vessel concept, cost projections, and development of a fleet replacement timeline. Please continue to visit the Marine Master Plan page www.cmlf.com/marine-master-plan on the Ferry website for additional project progress and to find dates of future virtual meetings.  

The general public is encouraged to attend and offer their opinions because they are frequent passengers on the Ferry, represent the local business community affected by Ferry traffic, and are residents who are important constituents of the ferry service. 

For more information regarding this meeting, please contact:
James E. Salmon, Public Information Officer
Delaware River and Bay Authority
James.salmon@drba.net
302.571.6409