Our latest issue of On The Go is available to read. There is lots of great information on staying safe this July 4th, summertime driving tips, and a staff feature which asks thought provoking questions to help you get to know a selected staff member better. Check it out now on the News (On the Go) webpage.
The federally required long-range regional transportation plan, Draft RTP 2050 is available for public comment. The RTP is updated every four years and details the vision, goals and strategies, and projects that are planned over the next 30 years in the South Jersey region. To view the document and to find out how to submit comments, visit SJTPO’s RTP webpage.
The NJ Climate Change Alliance, along with the Eagleton Institute of Politics, is hosting a virtual workshop. The workshop will bring together leaders from various sectors to discuss ways in which to restart NJ’s economy, post COVID-19; focusing on intersecting health equity and social well-being with addressing climate change, and building inclusive and vibrant communities, as well as expanding opportunities for civic engagement.
Panel 1 & 2 will be hosted on Friday, June 12 from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM. Panel 3 will be hosted on June 17 from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM. To learn more and to register, visit NJ Climate Change Resource Center.
SJTPO’s next Policy Board meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 10:00 AM. Agenda items include approving contract modifications to the Multilingual Outreach Services, Cumberland County Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Action Plan, and Ocean Drive (CR 621) Local Concept Development Study, among other topics. The full agenda is available, here. This is a virtual meeting. The public can participate using SJTPO’s teleconference phone number, which is 1 (877) 873-8018. The Access Code is 5580881.
In accordance with Governor Murphy’s request, as of Tuesday, March 17, SJTPO staff will be working remotely for the foreseeable future. The preferred method of contact for SJTPO employees is email; however, responses may be delayed. For employee emails, please visit the Staff Directory.
SJTPO greatly appreciates your understanding during this difficult time and wants you to know staff will continue to advance the agency’s regional responsibilities and programs. The website will continue to be maintained with the latest information, as well as SJTPO’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.