At its July 25, 2016 meeting, the Policy Board adopted Transportation Matters – A Plan for South Jersey. This Plan is the culmination of over a year of work, numerous public meetings and events, and input from hundreds of regional stakeholders and citizens. This plan will shape South Jersey’s long-term transportation future, setting the vision, goals, and strategies that will guide the region’s transportation decision making for the next 24 years. More information here
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Tweets by @SJTPO
- RT @njstreetsmart : It's a beautiful day for a bike ride, just remember to go with the flow of traffic. #BeStreetSmartNJ https://t.co/E1fRzr… 3 days ago
- Christie nixes New Jersey general assembly Transportation Trust Fund plan https://t.co/pIBajXjYFd via @sharethis 4 weeks ago
- RT @RideWise_SRTS : Simple rule on when to replace a bike helmet: One crash and it’s trash. #SRTS #biketoschool 4 weeks ago
- A friendly reminder to join us at 10am at #Vineland city hall for our Policy Board mtg. TIP Amendment and agenda at https://t.co/AZDBf2n7EM 1 month ago
Regions Served by SJTPO
The South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization engages in various local and regional planning projects throughout the counties of Atlantic, Cumberland, Cape May, and Salem.
Current Air Quality Conditions
Current Air Quality Conditions are posted several times throughout the day and include information on Ozone and PM2.5. PM2.5 refers to fine particulate matter, which is a by-product of fossil fuel combustion. PM2.5 can easily reach remote lung areas, and is linked to serious respiratory ailments such as asthma and may aggravate other medical conditions. Ground-level ozone is not emitted directly into the air, but is created by chemical reactions in the presence of sunlight. Because of this, high ozone levels occur most frequently on hot summer afternoons. SJTPO engages in a number of efforts to measure and improve air quality in our region.