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NJ Transit Rail Service Changes at NY Penn Station – Effective July 10

Amtrak will perform significant track maintenance at NY Penn Station during the summer. As a result, there will be NJ Transit rail service modifications from July 10 through September 1.

Please visit NJ Transit’s Service Update website for schedules and further details.

NJTPA Regional Transportation Plan Update – Public Survey & Outreach Events

The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) is updating its Regional Transportation Plan and is actively seeking public input on the Plan. Visit the project’s website to read more and take the survey.

The NJTPA project team is also attending events to throughout the region to meet with the public in person.

In Morris County, the NJTPA will be at the Chester Food Truck Festival on Saturday, May 6. See NJTPA’s Event Flyer and Outreach page for details.

2017 County Road Paving Projects

The Morris County Board of Freeholders has announced the 2017 list of county road paving projects that will target nearly 33 miles across 15 municipalities at a total cost of $9 million, in a continuation of the board’s continuing policy of maintaining and improving the county’s high quality road network.

Check out the list of projects.

NJ Rideshare Website is Available to help Commuters

NJ Rideshare is a free website to help people living or working in New Jersey find more options to get to work. The website helps commuters find carpools or vanpools to join. It also identifies public transit and park & ride locations to help commuters travel to work. Visit to find out more information.

Street Smart Safety Campaign – 2017

Street Smart Safety Campaign is a public education and awareness campaign created and coordinated by the NJTPA in order to help encourage safer decisions by drivers and pedestrians. For more information, please visit the Street Smart website.

Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation Project

The northbound travel lanes on the Route 1&9 Pulaski Skyway will be closed for approximately 24 months while the NJDOT rehabilitates the bridge deck. For more information on alternate routes, and transit and ridesharing options visit‎.