About Delaware River Port Authority

The famous painting of George Washington crossing the Delaware would have lacked a good deal of its drama if the Delaware River Port Authority of Pennsylvania and New Jersey (DRPA) had been around in 1776. DRPA keeps commuters (and leaders of revolutionary armies) out of small boats by operating the Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross, Commodore Barry, and – more... 

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Headquarters
2 Riverside Dr.
One Port Center
Camden NJ, United States 08101
Revenue
$100M to $500M (USD)
Employees
501 to 1,000
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Delaware River Port Authority website