Department of Transportation

Transportation Management Associations

Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) are non-profit, public/private partnerships that have been established to form partnerships with businesses and local government to provide commuter information and services. They are organized groups applying carefully selected approaches to facilitating the movement of people and goods within an area. TMAs also provide traffic demand management assistance to employers through the new Employer Services Program.

There are eight TMAs in New Jersey. They are Cross County Connection, Greater Mercer, Hudson, HART, KMM, Meadowlink, Ridewise and TransOptions.

TMAs give those in business and local government a voice in local/regional/statewide transportation decision-making, including carpool vanpool and public transit services. They also offer public-private forums on transportation planning, financing and implementation of alternatives to commuting alone.

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Last updated date: September 22, 2020 4:06 PM