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.
Route 30 Eastbound Base Of Benjamin Franklin Bridge Camden, New Jersey - CamdenSevere damage to wheel after striking huge pothole at base of Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Camden. Pothole is in far left land of Route 30 eastbound.
Neill Drive North Of Falls Bridge; Sweetbriar Cutoff Approaching Girard - Queen Village
Shrubbery is overgrown on Neill Drive, forcing cyclists into middle of roadway.
There is also overgrowth on Sweetbriar cutoff heading south to Girard approaching Zoo.
Walt Whitman Bridge Philadelphia, PA 19148, USA - Marconi Plaza-Packer ParkThere are tons of crazy people coming over this bridge! HHEELLPP USS URGGHLLL