Central Jersey Transportation Forum

The Central Jersey Transportation Forum (CJTF) was formed in 1999 to coordinate planning among municipal and county leaders at the border of two Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) with the goals of managing growth and increasing mobility throughout the Central Jersey area. Chief elected officials and their representatives from 25 municipalities, three counties, numerous state agencies and other regional bodies meet three to four times per year to discuss transportation and land use issues, share best practices, and implement solutions to achieve improved and more integrated regional land use and transportation planning that will result in a better quality of community life in Central Jersey.

The CJTF program is facilitated in coordination with North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) and New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT).

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