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DMT'14 Travel and transportation

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DMT"14 Travel and transportation

For driving directions, please visit If you are using a GPS, you may want to use 100 Pencader Way instead of David Hollowell Drive. Complimentary parking is located to your left after turning onto David Hollowell Drive.

Nearby Airports

There are two major airports that serve the Newark, Delaware area, Philadelphia (PHL) International Airport and Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI).

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL):

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is an airport serving one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. Owned by the City of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Airport System (comprised of Philadelphia International Airport and Northeast Philadelphia Airport) is operated by the Department of Commerce's Division of Aviation. The Airport consists of seven (7) terminals (A-West, A-East, B, C, D, E and F) and four runways (9R/27L - 10,500 ft.; 9L-27R - 9,500 ft.; 17/35 - 5,500 ft.; 8/26 - 5,000 ft.)

Located seven (7) miles from downtown Philadelphia, the Airport is easily accessible from Interstates 76, 95, and 476.

Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI):

Operated by the Maryland Aviation Administration, Maryland Department of Transportation. It is 1.976 million square feet (45.4 acres); 5 concourses (4 domestic, 1 international/swing); 69 jet gates, 9 gates dedicated to commuter aircraft



AMTRAK operates a nationwide rail network, serving more than 500 destinations in 46 states on 21,000 miles of routes, with nearly 19,000 employees. The name "AMTRAK" is the blending of the words "America" and "track." It is properly used in documents with only the first letter capitalized. The railroad is also known as the National Railroad Passenger Corporation. (800) 872-7245

SEPTA (Regional Rail)

(Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority): The Pennsylvania General Assembly established the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) to provide public transit services for Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties. SEPTA is the nation’s fifth largest public transportation system, with a vast network of fixed route services including bus, s