New Jersey 2016 TAP and Safe Routes to Transit Funding Available

NJ Transit RiverLINE in Camden. Photo: David Wilson | Flickr

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is now accepting funding applications for the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), which supports bicycle, pedestrian, multi-use path and transportation-related projects that reduce congestion and help meet the Clean Air Act requirements. Applications are due Thursday, November 10.

To assist with the application process, NJDOT and New Jersey Safe Routes to School are hosting four workshops throughout the state:

The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission is also accepting applications its new Safe Routes to Transit Program. Burlington, Camden, Gloucester or Mercer counties and municipalities in those counties are eligible for funding for planning work pertaining to bike and pedestrian access to train stations served by SEPTA, DRPA PATCO, and NJ Transit’s Atlantic City Line, Northeast Corridor or RiverLINE. Applications for this program are due October 7.

Celebrate the region’s biggest and boldest recent transportation initiatives at TSTC’s 2016 Benefit on September 27Get your tickets here.

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