The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission’s transportation network handled 138.7 million vehicular crossings in 2019, including long-distance commercial shippers, job commuters and recreational travelers. The Commission has strong financial metrics and bond ratings of grade A or above.

The Commission is one of the country’s oldest toll agencies. It now operates eight toll bridges, three of which carry U.S. Interstate Highway System traffic. Bond rating agencies have praised the Commission for having high debt-service coverage ratios, good asset condition, strong traffic performance, competitive toll rates, and high liquidity. The Commission’s healthy financial outlook has resulted in bond rating upgrades and long-term cost savings on outstanding debt obligations in recent years.

As a result of a competitive Request for Qualifications procurement process initiated during the summer 2016, three advisory pools were established by the Commission at its September 26, 2016 meeting. Various firms from these pools were engaged to assist the Commission in a 2017 bond offering and other potential financial matters over the ensuing three years.

Financial Advisory Pool Notice

Bond Counsel Pool Notice

Underwriter Pool Notice

financial statements & reports

Annual Reports

A report on a year of progress and accomplishment for the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission.

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Annual Inspection Reports

Inspection Reports help ensure the structural integrity and safe operation of the Commission’s bridges.

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Audit Reports

Commission’s financial records and statements are audited each year under the terms of the agency’s Trust Indenture with bondholders.

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Traffic Engineering Reports

This report contains the traffic volumes and recorded revenue totals for all Commission toll bridges.

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Did You Know?


Number of vehicular crossings handled by Commission bridges in 2016.

Set new records in 2016 for overall traffic, toll traffic, revenue collections & E-ZPass® use.

Commission has strong financial metrics and bond ratings of grade A and above.