Central Jersey Transportation Forum Planned Projects Status Report
Spring 2009

Central Jersey Transportation Forum Planned Projects Status Report

Product No.: 09030
Date Published: 02/2010

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The Planned Projects Status Report has provided information on transportation projects in central New Jersey for over six years. The report covers projects listed in Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) for the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) and the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA). It also covers other regionally important transportation projects regardless of funding. Starting in 2006, major land development projects in the vicinity of Route 1 have been included to help with coordination of transportation and land use planning. The current edition also includes highway and transit projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Full information and maps are provided for 26 projects in the NJDOT Capital Program. An overview map of these Forum-area projects is provided, as well as a map of major development projects. The front section of the report analyzes what the full set of projects means in terms of the Forum's goals. Bridge improvements are the most common project type in the area, accounting for about one-third of central New Jersey's TIP projects. Altogether, the TIP projects represent approval to invest approximately $550 million dollars over fiscal years 2009-2012.

Geographic Area Covered: Central New Jersey: 21 municipalities in the vicinity of Route 1 in Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset, and Hunterdon counties

Key Words: Central Jersey Transportation Forum, Transportation Improvement Programs, TIP, DVRPC, NJTPA, road improvements, transit, bridge, land use

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