Welcome to SJTPO

South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization serving Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem counties since 1993.

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Bike Ped Safety Action Plan

The SJTPO partnered with the Cities of Vineland, Millville and Bridgeton to develop a Safety Action Plan for Cumberland County.

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Public Engagement Guide

We are proud to announce the rebranding and updating of our Citizen’s Guide, now referred to as the Public Engagement Guide. The Guide, which is available in English and Spanish, explains the transportation planning process in South Jersey and details ways the public can get involved.

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New Webpage on Equity

The Equity webpage was created to provide an overview of the formal plans that guide SJTPO in maintaining a fair and just public outreach process for all residents and stakeholders in the region.

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Atlantic County Bikeway West Feasibility Study

SJTPO is working with Atlantic County to identify a feasibility route for a 16-mile gap in South Jersey's trail network between the planned Camden County Link Trail and the existing Atlantic County Bikeway.

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RFP Availability: Countywide Local Road Safety Plans

SJTPO is seeking qualified groups of firms to develop and implement four Countywide Local Road Safety Plans for Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem Counties. These planning level efforts are intended to address the unique safety needs under county and local jurisdictions while contributing to the success of the New Jersey 2020 Strategic Highway Safety Plan. The planning process will include extensive data analyses, as well as data collection, assembly, and/or purchase, stakeholder identification and engagement from the state, county, municipal, private, and non-profit sectors, including through a series of workshop or summit events. To learn more, visit the RFP Webpage.

RFP Availability: Air Quality Post Processor Development

SJTPO is seeking a qualified firm, or groups of firms, to develop a post-processor to link the outputs of SJTPO’s travel demand model to the latest version of MOVES. The post-processor must be run using non-proprietary, or open-source software. The development of the post-processor must also utilize the inventory approach, consistent with how the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) runs MOVES. To view the RFP, visit the RFP webpage.

NJDOT Commitment to Communities

Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Transportation, announced an initiative called “Commitment to Communities.” The initiative highlighted the NJDOT’s pledge to ensure local governments succeed in delivering transportation projects that improve safety and quality of life in New Jersey communities without unduly burdening local property taxpayers. Ms. Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti informed stakeholders that the initiative is succeeding and is an important element in providing superior multi-modal mobility to millions of New Jersey residents every day.

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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.