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New Executive Committee
Morris County Kathryn DeFillippo is Chair
Road Safety Audits
Students assess Main Ave. Passaic
Industrial Space In Demand
Real estate panel is optimistic
Pedestrian safety campaign info
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.
'Zachary’s Law' Commemorates Life Of Ben Simmons' Cousin
New Jersey News Network, 1/23/2020
Bus company ends two routes between George Washington Bridge and Rockland
The Record, 1/22/2020
Another light rail stop coming to Hoboken? Mayor, NJ Transit meet to discuss possibility
The Jersey Journal, 1/22/2020
Commuters rest easy – NJ Transit to avoid fare hikes in coming year
NJ BIZ, 1/22/2020
Sarnoski Joins NJTPA Executive Board
Inside Warren, 1/21/20— NJTPA MENTION
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Public Meeting: Main Avenue Study, City of Passaic
Regional Transportation Advisory Committee meeting
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
Dean Hughes Foresees a Future of Economic and Demographic Disruptions
Morris County Freeholder Kathryn DeFillippo Elected NJTPA Chair
Students Help Conduct Safety Audit of Main Avenue, Passaic
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Check out latest jobs including full time Principal Planner position open; internships available.
Rutgers University's James Hughes, in a January 13 presentation for NJTPA's Plan 2050, foresees a decade of economic and demographic disruptions.
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Check out our Regional Transportation Plan and learn about how we’re planning to invest in the region’s future.