Delaware River & Bay Authority Adopts 2023 Capital Improvement Program

In order to maintain infrastructure for the traveling public, The Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) Commissioners adopted the agency’s 2023 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) along with an Authority-wide Five-Year Strategic Plan for the agency’s airports and crossing facilities. The program budgets approximately $208 Million for Infrastructure Projects in 2023. Vincent Meconi, Chief Operations Officer…

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Ferry Upgrades Detailed In DRBA Capital Improvement Plan

The MV New Jersey of the Cape May - Lewes Ferry in drydock (photo courtesy of Delaware River and Bay Authority)
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Several infrastructure-related projects at the Cape May – Lewes Ferry are addressed in the Delaware River and Bay Authority’s 2022 Capital Improvement Program and Five-Year Strategic Plan. The program would fund annual vessel maintenance and dry-docking as well as the periodic replacement of motors. Also, a master plan would be updated to start the process…

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Cape May-Lewes Ferry to Begin Accepting Freight Monday

Today, Cape May – Lewes Ferry (CMLF) officials announce that the Delaware Bay ferry service will be accepting freight for the first time in its history.  The new freight pilot program is designed to help customers move packages or materials across the Delaware Bay while minimizing the need for individuals to travel between States of…

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