A selection of recent videos highlighting NJTPA meetings, speeches, presentations and more. For additional videos, including archival files, see the NJTPA's YouTube channel.
A Coordinated Human Services Transportation Plan identifies the transportation needs of older adults (65+), low-income people, veterans, and individuals with disabilities and provides strategies for meeting this population's needs. The NJTPA recently updated its plan. Learn more at https://www.njtpa.org/Planning/Plans-Guidance/Human-Services-Plan.
Amy Kaminski, Technical Programs Manager for the Federal Highway Administration - New Jersey Division
, gave a presentation on National Roadway Safety to the Joint Committee meeting of NJTPA on December 18th, 2023
Presentation by Donna Rendeiro, Executive Director, New Jersey Office for Planning Advocacy on New Jersey State Development and Redevelopment Plan Update to NJTPA Board meeting, Jan. 8, 2024
The NJTPA Board of Trustees honored outgoing Chair John W. Bartlett, a Passaic County Commissioner, during its January 8, 2024 reorganization meeting. Commissioner Bartlett joined the NJTPA Board in 2012 and became a member of the Executive Committee when he was elected Second Vice Chair in 2018. He will continue to represent Passaic County on the Board.
Paola Cala Ortiz, Policy Advisor to the Gateway Development Commission, gave a presentation on the Gateway Program at the Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum's 2023 Annual Meeting. The NJTPA hosted the virtual meeting. To learn more about the MAP Forum, visit https://bit.ly/MAP_Forum.
Presentation on Climate Resilience in New Jersey by Nathaly Agosto-Filion, Deputy Climate Resilience Officer, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. November 13, 2023.
Middlesex County held a news conference with the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the NJTPA on October 24 to announce the completion of the Southern Middlesex County Freight Movement Study. The NJTPA provided funding for this effort through the Subregional Studies Program. To learn more visit https://njtpa.org/Newsroom/NJTPA-News/NJPTA-Update-Blog/2023/October-2023/Middlesex-County-announces-completion-of-Southern.aspx
NJTPA Chair John Bartlett, a Passaic County Commissioner, joined Congressman William Pascrell Jr. and Passaic Mayor Hector Lora at Passaic City Hall on October 6 to announce $15 million in federal funding for the Passaic Main Avenue Bus Terminal project. The NJTPA Board approved the funding in August. Visit the NJTPA Update blog to read about the event: https://njtpa.org/Newsroom/NJTPA-News/NJPTA-Update-Blog/2023/October-2023/Federal-Funding-to-Expedite-Passaic-Bus-Terminal-P.aspx
Presentation by Alexander Levi, Port Authority of NY & NJ, on bicycle and pedestrian access improvements made on the George Washington Bridge. Presented at the Sept. 12 NJTPA Board meeting.
This video, the fifth in our MPO 101 series, explains what the Unified Planning Work Program or UPWP is. The work program summarizes and guides the transportation planning activities of the NJTPA staff, its member agencies and other transportation agencies in the region. It covers activities to be completed in the next one to two years and is updated annually. Learn more at http://njtpa.org/upwp
Highlights of the presentation by City of Passaic Mayor Hector C. Lora to NJTPA Board, July 10, 2023. The presentation was "How Transportation & Redevelopment are Coming Together to Better Prepare Passaic for the Future."
Selected presentations and Q&A from the Autonomous Vehicle Symposium held at the NJTPA on June 6th, 2023. The full agenda is available at https://www.njtpa.org/Get-Involved/Info-Resources/Calendar/2023/June/Autonomous-Vehicle-Symposium.aspx
NJTPA is supporting demonstration projects by communities to try out bicycle lanes, corner “bump outs,” pedestrian plazas, parklets, and other safety, placemaking and traffic calming features. A library of materials is available on loan from the NJTPA for the projects: Demonstration Project Library https://njtpa.org/demolibrary.
Bill Keyrouze, Executive Director, Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations gave a presentation on metropolitan planning at the May 8, 2023 NJTPA Board of Trustees Meeting.
The NJTPA Board approved 19 projects, totaling $188 million, on March 13, 2023 that will make travel safer for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists throughout the region.
The fourth installment of our MPO 101 series about the important role metropolitan planning organizations, like the NJTPA, play in transportation. This video focuses on opportunities for public participation at NJTPA.
Eric Gardiner, Director of East Coast Partnerships at Via, gave a presentation on "Building Public Transit for the Future: Microtransit to Expand Flexible, Equitable Public Transportation in New Jersey" at the January 9, 2023 NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting. The presentation is available at https://njtpa.org/Get-Involved/Info-Resources/Calendar/2023/January/NJTPA-Board-of-Trustees-Meeting.aspx
The Transportation Alternatives Program is a competitive grant program that funds on- and off-road trails and bicycle lanes, scenic viewing areas, historic preservation, streetscapes and more! To learn more, visit https://njtpa.org/TASetAside
The NJTPA is developing a Regional Active Transportation Plan for 13 counties in northern and central New Jersey. The goal of this plan is to help establish a safe and functional regional network of pedestrian and bicycle facilities to better connect where people live to where they need to go. Active transportation facilities include sidewalks, crossings, bicycle lanes, trails or other elements that provide safe and convenient opportunities for physically active travel. Provide your input and learn more at https://njtpa.org/ActiveTransportation
Our third installment of our MPO 101 video series explores the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a core product that lists projects and programs drawn from the NJTPA'S Long Range Transportation Plan. Check out the full series at https://bit.ly/MPO101Videos.
Jessie Singer, author of There Are No Accidents: The Deadly Rise of Injury and Disaster — Who Profits and Who Pays the Price, gave a presentation on "Rejecting the 'Human Error' Explanation" at the July 11, 2022 NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting. The full agenda is available at https://njtpa.org/July2022Board.aspx
The NJTPA hosted its 8th Annual Tech Tools for Planning Expo on May 19, 2022. This year's event showcased the NJTPA's Equity Resources website and Equity Analysis Tool; the Potential Lead Exposure Map developed by the New Jersey Department of Environmental and Department of Health; and the City of Tacoma, Washington's Equity Index.
Mitch Warren, Executive Director of the Northeast Corridor Commission gave a presentation on the Connect NEC 2035 plan at the May 9, 2022 NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting. Check out our blog post for a summary of the presentation: https://njtpa.org/Newsroom/NJTPA-News/NJPTA-Update-Blog/2022/May-2022/Major-Upgrades-On-Tap-For-Northeast-Corridor.aspx
The NJTPA Board of Trustees adopted Plan 2050: Transportation. People. Opportunity., the long-range transportation plan for northern New Jersey, in September 2021. Plan 2050 presents a vision for the future of our region.
The Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum's Multi-State Freight Working Group hosted a meeting on Clean Freight Movement on March 24, 2022. The working group is comprised of representatives from the 10 planning organizations that participate in the MAP Forum, including the NJTPA. The working group coordinates freight planning work in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. To learn more about the MAP Forum and its working groups visit https://bit.ly/MAP_Forum
Passaic County Commissioner John W. Bartlett was elected chair of the NJTPA Board of Trustees in January 2020. Commissioner Bartlett highlighted his priorities for his two-year term as Chair at the March Board meeting. This video summarizes those goals.
The Small Area Land Use Impact Tool (SALUIT) is a computer model developed by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) and Placeways LLC for analyzing and visualizing the anticipated impacts of changes to local land use. The model estimates impacts of alternative scenarios using measures important to local communities and to the northern New Jersey region as a whole.
Our second installment of our MPO 101 video series explores the role the NJTPA plays in monitoring air quality in the region. Check out the full series at https://bit.ly/MPO101Videos.
The NJTPA Board of Trustees honored outgoing Chair Kathryn DeFillippo, a Morris County Commissioner, during its January 10, 2022 reorganization meeting
Welcome to the first installment of our MPO 101 series! Learn about the important role metropolitan planning organizations, like the NJTPA, play in transportation. Check out the full series at https://bit.ly/MPO101Videos.
Shabazz Stuart, Founder and CEO of Oonee, a company that makes modular pods that offer secure scooter and bicycle parking, gave a presentation on The Future of Micromobility at the NJTPA Board of Trustees Meeting on November 8, 2021. The presentation was part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series. Check out our blog post to learn more: https://njtpa.org/Newsroom/NJTPA-News/NJPTA-Update-Blog/2021/November-2021/Bikes,-Scooters,-Skateboards-are-the-Future,-Advoc.aspx
The Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum's Multi-State Freight Working Group hosted a meeting on Industrial Real Estate Trends and Considerations on September 14, 2021. The working group is comprised of representatives from the 10 planning organizations that participate in the MAP Forum, including the NJTPA. The working group coordinates freight planning work in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. To learn more about the MAP Forum and its working groups visit https://bit.ly/MAP_Forum
Monica J. Gorman, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing Industry & Analysis, for the International Trade Administration gave a speech on Enhancing Resilient Supply Chains and US Manufacturing at the NJTPA Board of Trustees Meeting on September 13, 2021. The presentation was part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series.
Newark launched a year-long Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign on Monday, August 2, 2021. The campaign aims to raise awareness of pedestrian and motorist laws and to change the behaviors that lead to pedestrian and cyclist crashes and fatalities. Learn more at https://bestreetsmartnj.org/newark-department-of-public-safety-kicks-off-year-long-pedestrian-and-bike-safety-campaign/
We're seeking public comments on three of our core planning documents: Plan 2050: Transportation, People, Opportunity, the long range transportation plan (LRTP); the Fiscal Year 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP); and the Air Quality Conformity determination for both the LRTP and the TIP. The comment period runs through August 4, 2021. Comments may be submitted via email to [email protected] or by calling (862) 800-7457 and leaving a voicemail. In addition, there will be a virtual public meeting on July 27. To view the draft documents and register for the meeting, visit https://njtpa.org/PublicComment.
Anne Choate, Vice President of Energy, Environment, and Infrastructure at ICF, gave a presentation on Climate Resilience and Transportation at the NJTPA Board of Trustees Meeting on July 12, 2021. The presentations was part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series. To view the full meeting agenda visit https://njtpa.org/July2021Board.aspx
Through events and an online survey we asked you to help us plan for the future of transportation. We're holding a public comment period on the draft plan through August 4. To view the plan and provide feedback, visit https://njtpa.org/PublicComment.
The NJTPA published a series of background papers to inform our next long-range transportation plan, Plan 2050: Transportation, People, Opportunity. This includes The Covid-19 Pandemic and North Jersey Freight, which explores how the pandemic disrupted freight operations and how the system can adapt for the future. For additional information visit https://njtpa.org/COVIDFreightPaper. You can view all of the background papers under the documents section of https://njtpa.org/Plan2050.
The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority hosted our seventh annual Tech Tools for Planning Expo on May 20, 2021. The event showcased innovative tools that have been deployed or are under development in our region. This includes: ArcGIS Hub Initiative Sites; Engage! a database of public outreach tools and strategies; NJ TRANSIT's New Jersey Land Use + Transit Data tool; and
Rutgers University's NJ Flood Mapper tool. For more information check out the NJTPA Update Blog post about the event: https://njtpa.org/Newsroom/NJTPA-News/NJPTA-Update-Blog.aspx#NJTPA%20Expo%20Spotlights%20Planning%20Tools
Jon A. Carnegie, Executive Director of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University, gave a presentation on Planning for Healthy, Just, Resilient, and Carbon-Neutral
Mobility in New Jersey during the May 10, 2021 Board of Trustees meeting as part of the ongoing Planning for 2050 series. The meeting agenda and presentation slides are available at https://njtpa.org/May2021Board.aspx.
The NJTPA published a series of background papers to inform our next long-range transportation plan, Plan 2050: Transportation, People, Opportunity. This includes Climate Change and Transportation, which explores how the NJTPA's plans and programs can help avert and address various climate impacts in the region. For additional information visit https://njtpa.org/ClimateChangePaper. You can view all of the background papers under the documents section of https://njtpa.org/Plan2050
Erich Zimmermann, Deputy Director/Director of Transportation Programs at the National
Association of Regional Councils, gave Federal Transportation Policy and Legislative Outlook presentation at the March 8, 2021 Board of Trustees meeting as part of the NJTPA's ongoing Planning for 2050 series. You can view the full meeting here: https://youtu.be/UbIyd5yTqF4
As part of public outreach for our next long-range transportation plan we hosted a series of topic talks in January and February 2021. Let's Talk Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety, on February 2, 2021,
featured a presentation by Barkha Patel, Director of Transportation Planning, City of Jersey City. This event was co-hosted by the NJ Bike & Walk Coalition. To learn more about Plan 2050: Transportation, People, Opportunity, visit http://njtpa.org/Plan2050
This video summarizes the Transportation Technology background paper developed for Plan 2050: Transportation, People, Opportunity.
During the past couple of decades, North Jersey has seen shifts in demand toward public transit and active transportation. At the same time, the surge in online retail sales has increased freight and delivery use of our transportation infrastructure. And while overall transit ridership declined during the COVID-19 pandemic, local transit services proved critical for getting essential workers to their jobs. The pandemic also demonstrated the need for streets to accommodate people and commerce, rather than just cars.
Dr. James W. Hughes, University Professor and Dean Emeritus of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, gave a presentation on 2021's Long Recovery Crawl: Coronavirus-Driven Disruptions and Upheavals Reshaping New Jersey at the NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting on January 11, 2021. The presentation was part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series.
Access to transportation impacts lives and personal outcomes on many levels. Insufficient access means people cannot reliably get to work, school, healthcare, social services, or other destinations. Government institutions must work to address the effects of past practices that perpetuated racism and segregation. It’s no longer enough to go through the motions; it’s time for a paradigm shift in which government leaders ask themselves how transportation policies and investments impact the systems’ most vulnerable travelers. And, decision-making must promote positive change for everyone in every community. The second symposium in our TPA Tuesdays features transportation and planning thought leaders who explore the issue of advancing equitable transportation systems.
This video summarizes the Active Transportation background paper developed for Plan 2050: Transportation, People, Opportunity.
PRIME is an online database that allows the NJTPA and planners at its partner agencies to record and share recommendations from their studies.
This first edition of the TPA Tuesdays Symposium Series explores the concept of anticipating and adapting to change with thought leaders in transportation and planning. Every four years, the NJTPA collaborates with its partners and regional stakeholders to create a long-range transportation plan that conveys the overall guiding principles for the prioritization of capital projects, as well as policy and planning initiatives, to enhance North Jersey’s transportation systems.
Complete streets are designed, operated and maintained for all users and travel modes.
The NJTPA recently completed the 2050 Freight Industry Level Forecasts Study, which provides a regionwide forecast as well as individual forecasts for each of the NJTPA’s 15 member subregions.
As the NJTPA prepares to update its Long Range Transportation Plan, the Board of Trustees has been hosting a Planning for 2050 speakers series. This video highlights what we've heard over the past year.
Project websites, virtual meetings, online mapping tools and surveys are just a few of the ways we're working to engage the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A look at everything the Together North Jersey consortium has accomplished since its regional plan was completed in 2015. For more information visit togehternorthjersey.com.
Morris County Freeholder Kathryn DeFillippo was elected chair of the NJTPA Board of Trustees in January. At the Board's March Board meeting, she highlighted her priorities for her two-year term. This video summarizes her goals.
Andrea Friedman, Supervisor of Electric Vehicle Programs for the NJDEP Division of Air Quality, gave a presentation to the NJTPA Board of Trustees on March 9, 2020 about statewide policies and initiatives, as well as resources available to local governments to prepare their towns for electric vehicles and to electrify municipal fleets. The presentation was part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series.
Passaic County Freeholder and NJTPA First Vice-Chair John Bartlett addresses UpNext North Jersey, the NJTPA's pilot advisory committee for young adults in Paterson, NJ. Future events are planned for Asbury Park in March and Raritan Borough in early summer. More information about UpNext North Jersey is available at www.njtpa.org/UpNext.
James W. Hughes, University Professor and Dean Emeritus of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, gave a presentation to the NJTPA Board of Trustees on January 13, 2020, about economic and demographic changes that could affect New Jersey in the future, as part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series.
The NJTPA Board of Trustees honored outgoing Chair Angel Estrada, a Union County Freeholder, during its January 13, 2020 reorganization meeting. Freeholder Estrada became to first Latino to serve as Chair of the NJTPA Board of Trustees when he was elected in January 2018. He first joined the Board in 2012 and served as an alternate before that. He served as Chair of the NJTPA's Project Prioritization Committee from 2016-2018 and served as Chair of the Planning and Economic Development Committee in 2014.
Tom Wright, President of the Regional Plan Association, presented on the RPA's Fourth Plan and Priority Issues for New Jersey and the Region during the March 11, 2019 NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting. This presentation was part of the NJTPA's ongoing Planning for 2050 series. The presentation slides are available at: http://njtpa.org/CMSPages/GetFile.aspx?guid=970ca59c-79ed-471e-aff1-a0c5ad75dbea
Dr. Benjamin Strauss, CEO and Chief Scientist of Climate Central, gave a presentation to the NJTPA Board of Trustees on November 12, 2019, about climate change and its impact on transportation in northern New Jersey, as part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series.
The City of Linden kicked off its Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign with a news conference outside of the municipal building on Monday, September 23, 2019. Speakers included Mayor Derek Armstead, Union County Freeholder Angel Estrada, Linden Police Chief David Hart, Edward O'Connor from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety, Councilman Barry Javick, Acting Linden Schools Superintendent Denise Cleary, and Lisa Lee of EZ Ride transportation management association.
Sam Schwartz, President of Sam Schwartz Transportation Consultants, gave a presentation, “No One at the Wheel: Driverless Cars and the Road of the Future,” at the NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting on September 9, 2019. His presentation was part of an ongoing series, Planning for 2050, which will help inform the development of the NJTPA’s next long range transportation plan.
The City of Elizabeth kicked off its Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign during National Night Out on August 6, 2019. The campaign is a partnership between the Elizabeth Police Department, EZ Ride, the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority and the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety, which provided the city with a $51,000 grant from its Pedestrian Safety, Enforcement and Education Fund. Visit BeStreetSmartNJ.org to learn more about the campaign. #BeStreetSmartNJ
Highlights from the City of Newark's October 10, 2018 news conference kicking off a month-long Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign.
Dr. Myron Orfield, Director of the Institute on Metropolitan Opportunity at the University of Minnesota Law School, gave a presentation on the Challenges and Opportunities of Growing Racial Diversity in the Suburbs of Northern New Jersey at the NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting in Kenilworth on July 8, 2019. The presentation was part of the Board's ongoing Planning for 2050 series. To view Dr. Orfield's slides visit http://njtpa.org/CMSPages/GetFile.aspx?guid=b5fb44ef-cbd1-4991-ac87-7113ed7d26e5
In the fourth installment of our One Cool Thing video blog we talk about Performance Measures.
The Dec. 5, 2018 Together North Jersey workshop focused on Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), which uses urban and environmental design to deter crime.
In the third installment of our One Cool Thing video blog we talk about the recently completed Morris Canal Greenway Corridor Study.
Plan 2045: Connecting North Jersey is the NJTPA's Regional Transportation Plan and our vision for the region's future.
Morris County, in partnership with the NJTPA, is conducting a Freight Concept Development Study to determine options for eliminating up to 18 ungated, at-grade crossings on the Dover and Rockaway Railroad through Dover and Rockaway townships. To learn more about the study visit http://DoverRailStudy.org
New Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Guitierrez-Scacceti speaks at an Innovation Summit hosted by NJTPA, NJIT and WTS-Greater New York on August 22, 2018.
In the second installment of our One Cool Thing video blog we talk about our Local Safety Program.
We all have places to go, people to see and things to do but when travelling it pays to be Street Smart.
One Cool Thing Video Blog on Alternative Fuel Vehicle planning
Remarks by Union County Freeholder Angel Estrada on being elected NJTPA Chair, Jan. 22, 2018
The NJTPA Board of Trustees honored outgoing Chair Peter Palmer, a former Somerset County Freeholder, during its January 22, 2018 reorganization meeting. Palmer first joined the Board in 1999 and served as Chair from 2004-2005 and 2016-2017.
Highlights of the report "2017 The Economic Impact of the New York-New Jersey Port Industry" which was released on October 26, 2017 and prepared by the New York Shipping Association in cooperation with the NJTPA and the Port Authority of NY and NJ.
The NJTPA conducted extensive public outreach to gather input for our long-range plan, Plan 2045: Connecting North Jersey, which will provide a vision for the region's future. To learn more about our Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) visit njtpa.org/Plan2045
The NJTPA's Local Safety Program marked a major milestone — 100 projects — at the May 8, 2017 NJTPA Board of Trustees Meeting. This video also includes information about the NJTPA's pedestrian safety initiative, Street Smart NJ.
An online survey to gather public input for the update of the NJTPA's long range transportation plan, Plan 2045:Connecting North Jersey. Take the survey at www.plan2045survey.org
The NJTPA is in the process of updating its long range transportation plan. Plan 2045: Connecting North Jersey, will provide a vision for the future of the NJTPA's 13-county region.
The Plan is required for the region to obtain and spend federal transportation funding. To learn more visit http://njtpa.org/Plan2045
The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority Board of Trustees recognized the nearly 40 communities that have participated in its Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign and honored three people with Local Champion Awards for supporting the effort.
Street Smart NJ is a public education, awareness and behavioral change pedestrian safety campaign first piloted in 2013 by five New Jersey municipalities. The program has been expanded to 12 partner communities in 2016. Visit bestreetsmartnj.org to learn more
Learn more about the innovative regional planning effort to create a more competitive, efficient, livable and resilient Northern New Jersey.
The historic Morris Canal right of way is being repurposed as a public greenway, creating new opportunities for recreation, tourism, education and economic growth. For more information on this effort, visit the Morris Canal Working Group website at http://www.morriscanalgreenway.org.
Hudson County Executive Thomas DeGise, chairman of the NJTPA Board of Trustees, speaks about the success of the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and the need to expand the system.
Hudson County Executive and NJTPA Chairman Thomas DeGise discusses the success of a multi-agency plan to mitigate travel issues stemming from the Pulaski Skyway rehabilitation project. From the 11/10/14 NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting in Newark.
Hudson County Executive and NJTPA Chair Thomas DeGise announces the approval of 22 projects that will receive federal funding through the Local Safety and High Risk Rural Roads programs. From the 9/8/14 NJTPA Board of Trustees meeting.
NJDOT Commissioner Jamie Fox addressed the NJTPA Board on January 12, calling for a fix to provide adequate transportation funding
NJTPA Chairman DeGise comments Jan. 12 on the importance of new Local Concept Development studies being approved by the NJTPA Board.
The Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety pilot program kicked off in Long Beach Island on June 18 with a live demonstration of the potentially lethal effects of speeding involving a moving car and a dummy. At 25 mph, the vehicle stops in time. At 40 mph, the car slams into the model with devastating force.
An introduction to the work and mission of the NJTPA, the metropolitan planning organization for the 13-county northern and central New Jersey region.
The NJTPA's DO-IT workshops (Developing Opportunities for Innovation in Transportation) offer a great opportunity for public sector and private partners to exchange their experience and expertise in communications technology-based solutions for transportation. For more about DO-IT, visit www.njtpa.org/DO-IT
The Street Smart pedestrian safety education campaign recently kicked off at pilot sites throughout northern New Jersey. The collaborative effort between public, private and non-profit organizations, urges motorists and pedestrians to "check your vital signs" to improve your safety on the road.
An expert panel discussed Positive Train Control at the August 19, 2013 meeting of the NJTPA Freight Initiatives Committee, Chaired by Peter Palmer, Freeholder Somerset County. An introductory video from the meeting and video of the Q & A session are available here.