The DRPA strives to improve our service and facilities.

Read more about our current projects:

Walt Whitman Bridge Painting

The DRPA is currently progressing work on a $56 million project to paint the suspension span and towers of the bridge.

Walt Whitman Bridge Improvements

The DRPA is currently investing $7.7 million in improvements to the Walt Whitman Bridge’s toll plaza, roadways and ramps.

Commodore Barry Bridge Painting

The DRPA is currently in Phase I of III of the painting project. This $22-million-dollar phase will encompass de-leading and repainting of the NJ approach spans and the US 130 overpass.

Betsy Ross Bridge Resurfacing

The DRPA is currently in a two-year, $15.5 million project to resurface the bridge. Work includes milling, waterproofing and repaving, removal of unsound concrete, repairing spalls in the concrete deck, improving highway safety, improving bridge drainage and repairing headers at expansion joints.

Ben Franklin Bridge South Walkway Bicycle & Pedestrian Ramp

This $7.9 million dollar project will replace the existing stairway on the south side of the bridge in Camden with a new ramp structure. The ramp will improve connectivity between Philadelphia and Camden for pedestrians and bicycles and encourage the use of alternative modes of transportation for both commuter and recreational users.