South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization

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Final Maurice River Corridor Public Meeting

Join SJTPO on May 15th at 4:30 PM at the Cumberland Extension Center for the Maurice River Corridor Public Meeting. During this final public meeting, you will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the suggested activities and implementation in the Maurice River Corridor for consideration in the final report. View the public meeting flyer.

NJ Brownfield Summit on June 12

This year’s New Jersey Brownfield Summit, “Building Resilient Futures From Brownfield Pasts,” will take place on June 12 and will be followed by a Technical Assistance for Resiliency Program (TARP) Lunch and Learn at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). If you are a changemaker looking to transform (potentially) contaminated properties into community assets, join us to expand your toolkit to build climate resiliency into your communities! Save your seat at the table and register now for the Summit and the TARP Lunch and Learn.

May 2024 Newsletter is Available

The latest edition of the On The Go newsletter is available. It features information on the newly rebuilt website, a travel and tourism article detailing how staff spend their summers, a recap of our Traffic Safety Specialists teaching over 400 employees at the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA), and more. Follow this link to read it.

Regions Served by SJTPO

New Jersey flag flying next to USA flagThe South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization engages in various local and regional planning projects throughout the counties of Atlantic, Cumberland, Cape May, and Salem.

Map of the SJTPO Service Area
Atlantic County Cape May County Cumberland County Salem County

Atlantic County

Sign for Historic Mays Landing

As of the 2020 census, the county was the state's 15th-most-populous county with a population of 274,534. Its county seat is the Mays Landing section of Hamilton Township.

The most populous place in Atlantic County was Egg Harbor Township, with 47,842 residents as of the 2020 census. Galloway Township, covering 115.21 square miles, has the largest total area of any municipality, though Hamilton Township has the largest land area, covering 111.13 square miles.

Cape May County

Boat on beach that says "Cape May" on side

Cape May County is the southernmost county in the state, with much of the county is located on the Cape May peninsula, bound by the Delaware Bay to its west and the Atlantic Ocean to its south and east.

Adjacent to the Atlantic coastline are five barrier islands that have been built up as seaside resorts. A consistently popular summer destination with 30 miles of beaches, Cape May County attracts vacationers from New Jersey and surrounding states, with the summer population exceeding 750,000.

Tourism is the county's single largest industry and the associated leisure and hospitality industries are Cape May's largest employers. Its county seat is the Cape May Court House section of Middle Township. As of the 2020 census, the county was the state's second-least populous county with a population of 95,263.

Cumberland County

Wildlife management area sign in green grass

As of the 2020 census, the county is the state's 16th-most-populous county with a population of 154,152. Its county seat is Bridgeton. Cumberland County is named for Prince William, Duke of Cumberland and was formally created from portions of Salem County in 1748.

The most populous municipality is Vineland, with a 2020 population of 60,780. The largest municipality by area is Maurice River Township, covering 95.76 square miles.

Salem County

Grain storage bins with green crops in foreground

Salem County is the westernmost county in the state of New Jersey. Its western boundary is formed by the Delaware River and  the Delaware Memorial Bridge connects the county with New Castle, DE. Its county seat is Salem.

As of the 2020 census, the county retained its position as the state's least-populous county with a population of 64,837. The most populous place in Salem County is Pennsville Township with 12,684 residents as of the 2020 Census. Lower Alloways Creek Township covers 72.46 square miles, the largest total area of any municipality.

Partner Agencies

NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Dept. of Transportation
South Jersey Transportation Authority
NJ Turnpike Authority
NJ Transit Authority
Cross County Connection
Delaware River & Bay Authority