TMA Council of NJ (TMAC NJ) is comprised of the Executive Directors of New Jersey's eight Transportation Management Associations. TMAs are non-profit organizations that work with businesses, commuters, county and local governments, and state agencies to implement programs that reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality. Funding for the TMAs is provided, in part, by the Federal Highway Administration through North Jersey Transportation Planning NJDOT and also by NJ TRANSIT.
The TMA's of New Jersey produce a combined email newsletter seven times a year in January, March, May, July, September, October and November. Each newsletter is composed around a special topic. Some past topics include: carpooling, go green, bicycle and pedestrian safety, and rules of the road.
Read the current newsletter here.
Want more information? Have a question? You can contact the TMA Council here.
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All the TMA's offer programs on carpooling, vanpooling, mass transit and much more. Find out what the TMA nearest you or the TMA where you work has to offer.
Use the map on the left to find the TMA nearest you or where you work and click the TMA name to visit their Web site. Or click a link below to visit the TMA's Web site.