The latest “On the Go” article is available to read. It details how 4.4 million has been made available to fund six stages of improvements. Read the article, here.
The latest “On the Go” article is available to read. It details the public comment opportunities for the 2019 Public Involvement Plan (PIP) and Federal Certification. Read the article, here.
SJTPO will participate in a Federal Certification Review in late March 2019. Federal Certification is a multi-agency activity led by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Authority (FTA) and is required every four years to assess SJTPO’s transportation planning process for compliance with federal requirements.
We are currently requesting public comments be made on the current planning process. All comments are due Wednesday, April 10, 2019. To learn more about Certification and how to comment, visit the public comment webpage.
The draft 2019 PIP is available for public review and comment. All comments are due Sunday, April 14, 2019. For more information on the plan and to find out how to comment visit, the PIP webpage.
The Policy Board has its annual reorganization meeting in January. The SJTPO commemorated the 2019 meeting with a group photo.
Top row: Jennifer Marandino (SJTPO Executive Director), Nancy Ridgway (citizen), Benjamin Laury (Salem County, Vice Chairman), Andrew Tracy (SJTPO), Monica Butler (SJTPO), Louis Millan (NJ Transit), Stephen Mazur (SJTA), John Risley (Atlantic County, Secretary/Treasurer) Bottom row: Gerald Thornton (Cape May County), Leonard Desiderio (sea Isle City, Chairman), George Castellini (Cumberland County) Not pictured: Frank Gilliam, Jr. (Atlantic City), Eric Powers (NJDOT), Raymond Owens (Quinton Township) Anthony Fanucci (City of Vineland)