Transportation Management Associations

Transportation Management Associations

There are nine Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) in New Jersey.

 are non-profit, public/private partnerships that have been established to form partnerships with businesses and local government to provide transportation services. TMAs help solve local transportation problems often associated with rapid urban/suburban growth.

 give those in business and local government a voice in local/regional/statewide transportation decision-making, including carpool and vanpool and transit services. They also offer forums for public-private consultations on issues of transportation planning, financing and implementation of alternatives to the Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV). 

 have been active participants with government, including New Jersey’s three Metropolitan Planning Organizations, in discussions on issues as varied as establishing highway funding priorities, restructuring public transit routes, improving public transit service, minimizing the disruption caused by road construction, and instituting traffic management strategies to mitigate congestion.

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Atlantic Gloucester Passaic-Suburban
Bergen Hudson Passaic-Urban
Burlington Hunterdon Salem
Camden Mercer Somerset
Cape May Middlesex Sussex
Cumberland Monmouth Union-Suburban
Essex-Suburban Morris Union-Urban
Essex-Urban Ocean Warren