[Update 11/23/2016, 11:00 am] Final answers to questions submitted are now available on our RFP Page
has one minor , which will be considered for Policy Board action at their September 26, 2016 meeting. Any interested parties are invited to comment on the proposed amendment. Written comments must be received by 5:00 , Friday, September 23, 2016.
- DB# X065 – Local Congestion Air Quality ( ) Initiatives. At the present time this line item is programmed in the SJTPO 2016-2025 TIP in FY 2017 in the amount of $1,900,000. This action will increase that line item by $9,273,000 for a total of $11,173,000.
Update 9/16/16, 3:30 pm: $825,000 in Construction funding was added to Cumberland County’s Millville Broad Street Traffic Signal Upgrades for a revised to request for $11,173,000 in CMAQ funds for FY 2017.
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If you are considering submitting an application for the 2016 Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) you should attend one of the free workshops being held by the Safe Routes to School Resource Center. These workshops will provide very useful information on how to submit a successful application and how to avoid common mistakes that can disqualify an application.
You can join click here.and others at a workshop at Cumberland County College on Wednesday, September 28th from 10 am to Noon. To register to attend,
More information about the workshops, including additional locations as well as the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) itself, visit our TAP page, here.
Submissions for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Funding Being Accepted Through November 10th
Does your community have important bicycle and pedestrian project needs? The Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) may be able to provide funding. Applications for the 2016 Program are now being accepted through November 10, 2016. Similar to the 2014 Program, applications must be submitted via Sage. County and municipal governments among others are eligible to apply.
More information about the Transportation Improvement Program (TAP) is available here
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
Update (7/27/2016): Answers to questions submitted are now available on the RFP Page.