The bridge is actually a set of twin suspension bridges crossing the Delaware River, carrying I-295 and US-40 between New Jersey and Delaware. The architects who designed it also made the Verrazano- Narrows Bridge.
Both spans are dedicated to the soldiers from New Jersey and Delaware who died during the wars and there is a war memorial on the Delaware side.
There was a ferry service that started in 1926 until after the first span was completed.
The bridges carry eight lanes of traffic and are around 10,765-feet long. West-bound lanes pay a $4 toll if they have E-Pass (which probably mean those who don't pay $8).
The eastbound opened in 1951 and westbound in 1968.
Never Heard of It, But I've Never Been to Either State. --RoadDog