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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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.

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SJTPO Celebrates 25 Years

Since July 1, 1993, SJTPO has been serving as Southern New Jersey's Metropolitan Planning Organization.

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Announcements / Twitter / Upcoming Meetings

Complete Streets Summit and Model Policy

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), along with the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, will host the 2019 NJ Complete Streets Summit on September 24, 2019 at Rutgers University. Registration for this free event is now open.

NJDOT released a Model Complete Streets Policy and Guide, which will help NJ municipalities adopt, update, and implement their own Complete Streets policies.

Public Meetings for 2050 Regional Transportation Plan

 

The SJTPO is beginning the process to update the federally-required Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The RTP identifies the long-range vision for the regional transportation system, outlines the goals, strategies, and projects over a 30-year period, and details anticipated funding. The RTP will guide how over $5 billion in federal transportation funds will be spent in the region over the next 30 years.

Four public meetings will be held (view RTP webpage for meeting times and locations). If you are unable to attend, please provide input on SJTPO’s existing RTP goals and strategies, as well as ideas for new ones. To do so, please visit the Public Comment webpage. Your input will guide the direction of the RTP, scheduled for release in July 2020.

NJDOT Commitment to Communities

Last year, 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.

Commitment to Communities Newsletter

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  • #JoinUs at tonight’s #publicmeeting for the draft Transportation Improvement Program, draft Air Quality Conformity… https://t.co/fSd5nFYwhI 5 days ago
  • NJDOT released a Model Complete Streets Policy & Guide to help municipalities update/implement their own policies.… https://t.co/ZB73CIRcoa 5 days ago

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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.