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NJTPA COVID-19 Continuity
In accordance with guidance from the Governor and our host agency, NJIT, all NJTPA employees are continuing to work remotely until further notice. Staff are monitoring phone calls and email. Board and Committee meetings are being held virtually. The public is encouraged to participate. All written correspondence, including invoices, should be directed via email to the appropriate NJTPA staff person. For more information see the Calendar or contact us at [email protected] or 973-639-8400. The full statement on NJTPA continuity is here.
The NJTPA is the federally authorized Metropolitan Planning Organization for the 13-county northern New Jersey region. Each year, we oversee over $2 billion in transportation improvement projects and provide a forum for interagency cooperation and public input.
New Jersey Turnpike Authority approves toll increases, $24B capital plan
Drivers face toll increase doubleheader vote for Turnpike, Parkway and A.C. Expressway
Feds give $55M to help replace Portal Bridge
NJ takes advantage of less traffic to finish Jersey Shore road work
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Regional Transportation Advisory Committee meeting
Virtual Public Meeting: Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge S-32
Joint PPC/PEDC Meeting
Joint meeting of the Project Prioritization Committee and Planning and Economic Development Committee
Freight Initiatives Committee Meeting
Freight Initiatives Committee meeting
Chair DeFillippo Discusses Pandemic’s Impact on Planning Work
Webinars Feature Transportation Modeling Approaches from Around the Country
Data Shows NJ Had Highest Initial Stay-at-Home Response in Nation
Check out latest jobs including full time Principal Planner position open; internships available.
CMAQ Proposal Solicitation
The NJTPA is soliciting proposals for the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grant program,
Morris County Freeholder Kathryn DeFillippo, who was elected NJTPA Chair in January, expresses her priorities for the agency following the March 9 NJTPA Board meeting.
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To find out about current projects as well as future plans for your county or city just click on the appropriate area of the map for more details.
Check out our Regional Transportation Plan and learn about how we’re planning to invest in the region’s future.