SJTPO Celebrates 25 Years
Since July 1, 1993, SJTPO has been serving as Southern New Jersey's Metropolitan Planning Organization.
SJTPO Citizen's Guide
We are proud to announce the publication of our Citizen’s Guide, which explains the transportation process in South Jersey and details ways the public can get involved.
Why Does Transportation Matter?
During the course of your day, you are on the move. You depend on the transportation network to get you where you need to go.
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South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization serving Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem counties since 1993.

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2018 Northern Transportation & Air Quality Summit

The 2018 Northern Transportation & Air Quality Summit will be held August 7th and 8th at North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) in Newark, NJ. The two-day summit will focus on the current and upcoming regulatory environment, new technologies, as well as current practices. Stakeholders in the transportation and air quality communities are encouraged to attend. RSVP for the event here, https://bit.ly/2LcI2dj.

Submissions for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) and Safe Routes to School Funding Being Accepted Through August 23rd.

Does your community have important bicycle and pedestrian project needs? The Safe Routes to Schools program and Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) may be able to provide funding. Applications for the 2018 Program are now being accepted through August 23, 2018. Similar to the 2016 Program, applications must be submitted via Sage. County and municipal governments among others are eligible to apply.

To avoid common mistakes, review “How to Maximize Your Chances of Success” as well as other useful resources on our TAP and Safe Routes pages.

Cape May County Ocean Drive (CR 621) LCD Study Information

In support of Cape May County, the SJTPO initiated efforts with the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) to secure funding for a Local Concept Development (LCD) study for Ocean Drive (County Road 621) Upgrades and Bridge Developments. Funding efforts were successful, and approved at the SJTPO Policy Board in September 2017, with Michael Baker International, Inc. chosen as the consultant.

The LCD study is the first phase of the project, and will help to identify and assess strategies that will direct bridge improvements and maintenance. For more information about the project, and for upcoming meeting dates, please visit the project website at capemaytwomilebridge.com.

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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.