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Electric Vehicle Resources
Updated website for towns, companies, residents
Fall 2022 Issue
Become an Outreach Liaison
NJTPA recruiting trusted advocates, Dec. 15 deadline
Transit Hub Assistance
Solicitation of proposals, due Dec. 15
Infrastructure Act Resources
IIJA updates, info and announcements
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.
NJTPA Board and Committee meetings continue to be held virtually. Access by outside parties to NJTPA offices is restricted. Contact us at [email protected] or 973-639-8400
N.J. could have the first law in the U.S. requiring adults to wear a bike helmet
NJ Transit employees make a commuter train in a magical Santa’s express for kids
Delivery of NJ Transit’s next 7 electric buses delayed – again
Judge OKs ferry service switch on busy N.J. commuter route
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Public Meeting: Southern Middlesex County Freight Study
Food Security and Food Recovery in New Jersey
Joint PPC/PEDC Meeting
Panel Addresses Last-Mile Access For Freight Facilities
NJTPA Board Names David W. Behrend Executive Director
NJ TRANSIT, NJTPA announce $43 million in federal funding
Federal Infrastructure Act
Get the latest updates on funding opportunities announced and resources about the Act.
Check out latest jobs including full time Principal Planner position open; internships available.
The NJTPA Board approved a vision for the future of transportation
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. Key data about the region and NJTPA's member counties/cities is available on the Subregional Profiles App.
An overview of the Transportation Alternatives Program which provides federal grants for “non-traditional” projects to strengthen the cultural, aesthetic, and environmental aspects of the transportation system.