The NJTPA has released an update of PRIME, its searchable online library of planning studies and their findings and recommendations. The tool is available for use by the NJTPA’s county and city member agencies and by other partner agencies.
The system provides a means for planners and engineers embarking on studies of transportation issues or project needs to identify previous work within their study area or topic. This includes data and findings related to specific mobility, safety, reliability, sustainability, equity and other issues.
Access to the searchable library will streamline the study process, ensure a more complete understanding of local and regional needs and help create better projects targeting those needs.
The updated PRIME system includes simplified data entry, streamlined user and administration interfaces, more powerful search and reporting features, and an updated programming platform to provide improved system performance.
The NJTPA is working with its partners and member agencies to enter additional regional and sub-regional studies into the system. The NJTPA plans to form an expert user group, prioritize studies for adding to the system, and provide ongoing training and support.
For more information contact Jeffrey Vernick at [email protected] or go to the NJTPA website PRIME.