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Hoboken Street Design Guide
Complete Streets Report
Accepting Public Comment
Draft Transportation Improvement Program FY2020-FY2023
Passaic River Basin Study
Climate Impacts Report
Freight Rail Opportunity Corridors
Final Report Available
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.
$18M Upgrade At Newark Penn To Benefit NJ Transit, Amtrak Riders
Freeholders advance Halls Mill Road and Three Brooks Road projects
Central Jersey.com, 8/20/19
NJ Transit commuters will soon get more information on why trains are delayed, canceled
Bergen Record, 8/19/19
Newark Penn Station awarded $18.4M for upgrades
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Port Authority Public Meeting - Bus Terminal Replacement Project
Meeting of the NJTPA Board of Trustees
Together North Jersey Forum: Spotlight on Healthy Communities
The Together North Jersey Forum includes a panel that will discuss health as it relates to a variety of planning topics.
Regional Transportation Advisory Committee meeting
New Studies of Local Mobility Issues Launched
Study Explores Climate Impacts and Responses in Passaic River Basin
Professor Myron Orfield Calls for Action on Racial Diversity in NJ Suburbs
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Check out latest jobs including full time Principal Planner position open; internships available.
Transit Hubs Guidebook Available
How to use transit facilities as the achor and catalyst for community building. Get Info.
On August 6, the City of Elizabeth kicked off their second Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign -- one of more than 100 communites taking part in the 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.