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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.
A Bridge Only Sledgehammers Can Fix Will No Longer Sabotage Rush Hour
NJ Transit stations are getting makeovers. New Brunswick is up first.
Hoboken canal filling, Raritan River Bridge replacement projects lead NJ Transit agenda
Bergen Record, 10/15/19
Murphy restores these direct trains to NYC. Is NJ Transit’s engineer crisis ending?
The first traffic circle to ever exist was right here in N.J. You’re welcome, America.
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Public Meeting: Picket Place Bridge Study
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
Free Training: Implementing Complete Streets at the Local Level
Five Subregional Study Reports Released
Together North Jersey Forum Puts Spotlight on Healthy Communities
Five New Bridge Concept Development Studies
Visit our Current RFPs Page to view our latest requests for proposals.
Check out latest jobs including full time Principal Planner position open; internships available.
Complete Streets Training & Assistance
Free training sessions and a technical assistance grant program are available. Get Info.
NJTPA Chair Angel Estrada helped the City of Elizabeth kick off its Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign in August. The city is one of more than 100 communities that has participated in this statewide effort.
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Check out our Regional Transportation Plan and learn about how we’re planning to invest in the region’s future.