Active Studies

PRIME 2.0 Upgrade


    Since 2017, PRIME has been available to NJTPA and partner agency staff as a repository for findings from planning studies conducted in the NJTPA region. Featuring dozens of studies and hundreds of location-specific needs and recommendations (and continuing to grow), PRIME has supported reviews of problem statements and project development.
     
    Beginning in early 2022, the NJTPA will begin an upgrade (PRIME 2.0) to make the application more robust and functionality more user-friendly. Key objectives will include developing capabilities to simplify data entry, streamlining the user and administration interfaces, developing more powerful search and reporting features and updating the programming platform to provide more stable long-term access, operation and administration.
     
    In the coming months, look for more information on this page about the work program and progress updates.

    For more information, contact Jeffrey Vernick at [email protected]