Delaware River Port Authority

Open Issues: 13 Closed Issues: 12 Acknowledged Issues: 2
Watching issues created after: 2009-10-20

DRPA traces its roots to 1919 when leaders from Pennsylvania and New Jersey began planning for a bridge across the Delaware River between Philadelphia and Camden. That bridge, now known as the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, was once the longest suspension bridge in the world. More than 70 years after its opening, it remains a key transportation artery and a Delaware Valley landmark.

DRPA later opened three other bridges, the Walt Whitman Bridge, the Commodore Barry Bridge, and the Betsy Ross Bridge.

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  • 100-198 Tilghman St Chester, PA 19013, USA - Chester
    Need sign or flasher at Tilghman St entrance to the Rt 322 ramp in order to alert Rt 291 traffic (who are planning to turn left) in time to move over to the center-lane when they are approaching the ramp entrance.
  • I-95 At Marker 249 Center Lane Before Aramingo Exit Northbound Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Planning District River Wards
    At Marker 249 Northbound I-95 there are three deep potholes in the center lane. There are many potholes on I-95 which need attention.
  • 469-571 Collings Rd Camden, NJ 08104, USA - Gloucester City
    Under the Walt Whitman bridge the whole length of Collings Rd both over passes are HORRIBLE
  • Collings Road - Gloucester City
    Numerous pot holes on Collings Road.
  • Delaware River Trail Philadelphia, PA - Pennsport-Whitman-Queen
    Hoodlums are at it again, and this time with more than graffiti -- they have knocked a vertical fence post out of its mooring and broken the horizontal slats connected to it. I don't know how they managed to knock over the 6x6 beam -- there must have been some kind of power tool involved.
  • 3501 3599 N Delaware Ave Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia
    Just having a look
  • 706 S Christopher Columbus Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA - Queen Village
    The traffic control box for the intersection at the entrance / exit ramp to or from I-95 and Columbus Blvd. is wide open and open to the elements and anyone wanting to do anything to it.
  • 101-199 Tilghman St Chester, PA 19013, USA - Chester
    It appears that every other street light is out on the new on-bound ramp from Rt. 291 that connects with I-95. It begins with the first street light which makes it difficult to see the entrance to the ramp when traveling on Rt. 291.
  • 197-199 North Christopher Columbus Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA - Riverfront
    The sprinkler system responsible for watering the plantings at Race Street Pier is not functioning properly and, therefore, quite literally leaking taxpayers' dollars.
  • Penn'S Landing Philadelphia, PA, USA - Old City
    Just before Race St. intersection
  • I-95 Rte 291 entering PHL - Tinicum Township
    The entire roadway entering the PHL Airport, both I-95 & 291 is a minefield of large potholes.
    It's a very dangerous merge as it is (due to the speed rates of vehichles), add to that the potholes & soon enough someone could die.
  • Columbus Blvd & Catherine St - Mbfs Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA - Queen Village
    There's a large, deep pothole on Columbus going north in the rightmost lane. The pothole spans half the lane so there's no avoiding it unless you swerve into the other lane. Of course, there's no shoulder to swerve into. Going the speed limit, I got a flat tire.