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Public Comment Period Extension for Two Planning Documents

A public comment period extension is being held for SJTPO’s Draft Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2024-2033 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The revisions include adding two new sections to highlight projects in the SJTPO region and revising project descriptions, expenditure and resource tables (tables 1-13), additional resources allocated to the region,… Read more »
Office Relocation Update

We are excited to announce that the SJTPO office will be relocating to a larger space on Tuesday, August 22, 2023. This move is an important milestone for the growth of SJTPO and the staff is thrilled to get into the new space. Our new mailing address is listed below. We ask that you please… Read more »
Safe Routes to School Funding is Now Available

Applications are currently being accepted for the Safe Routes to School Program. The program is funded through the Federal Highway Administration’s Federal Aid Program and is being administered by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), in partnership with the SJTPO, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC), and the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority… Read more »
Public Comment Period Currently Open for Four Planning Documents

SJTPO requests public input for its Draft Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2024-2033 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Transportation Conformity Determination, Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), and Public Involvement Plan (PIP). These documents collectively serve as the backbone of SJTPO’s planning process, focusing on slightly different aspects, as noted below. The TIP includes state, regional, and local projects… Read more »
NJDOT Transit Village Outreach Event Webinar

NJDOT is hosting a Transit Village Outreach Event webinar on Wednesday, June 28, at 2 p.m. New Jersey communities with strong transit assets, such as passenger rail, light rail, bus, or ferry terminal, can learn about the Transit Village Initiative and how to leverage their existing transit assets to support TOD and a vibrant, walkable… Read more »
Atlantic City ITS Master Plan & Pacific Ave Signal Optimization

Atlantic City will be hosting a Public Information Center (PIC) to inform local residents, officials, businesses, and the general public about the deployment of an advanced traffic signal system project along the Pacific Avenue corridor from Hartford Avenue to Massachusetts Avenue in Atlantic City. The goal of this project is to reduce overall congestion by… Read more »

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