Little-Known Program Aids Motorists Fearful Of Driving Across The Delaware Memorial Bridge


Millions of drivers cross the Delaware Memorial Bridge every year without a second thought. Some drivers, however, take advantage of a little-known program offered by the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA).

Since the opening of the bridge in 1951, officials began noticing that some travelers were unable to drive across the bridge due to their fear of heights. In response,

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