The Impacts of Office Location on the Commute Experience of New Jersey Workers This study examined the effects of NJ office locations on personal transportation experiences and the transportation network. December 2005. (Client: NJDOT)
Reform, Revenue, Results: How to Save New Jersey’s Transportation System Regional Plan Association, 16 pages. VTC and the Bloustein School served as sub-consultants to this second of two reports on New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund, November 2005. Final Report
SAFETEA-LU: Is It Good for New Jersey? VTC hosted a half-day conference on October 12 featuring prominent federal and state transportation experts who assessed the impact of the new federal transportation bill on New Jersey. Congressman William J. Pascrell, Jr. (D-8th Dist.) was the keynote speaker. Panelists included: Jack Lettiere, NJ transportation commissioner and immediate […]
Terrorism 2005-06:Is New Jersey Safe? VTC and the Center for Urban Policy Research on September 27 co-hosted Admiral James M. Loy, the former deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, who addressed key security preparedness issues facing New Jersey.
Putting the Trust Back in the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund (Executive Summary) Regional Plan Association, 8 pages. VTC and the Bloustein School served as sub-consultants on this followup report to the Blue Ribbon Transportation Commission, July 2005. Final Report
An Evaluation of Public-Private Incentives to Reduce Emissions from Regional Ferries Synthesis Report, 15 Pages, July 2005 Technical Memorandum I, 16 Pages, February 2004 Technical Memorandum II , 38 Pages, June 2004 Final Report
I-287 Mobility Report 148 Pages, June 2005. Final Report
Penn’s Neck Final Environmental Impact Statement Record of Decision 27 Pages, May 2005. Executive Summary 47 Pages. December 2004.
The plan “TOD Opportunities in Somerset County, New Jersey” was awarded the New Jersey chapter of the American Planning Association (NJAPA) Outstanding Planning Implementation Award. This plan, profiled in Volume 1, Number 1 of Transit-Friendly Development, was a collaborative effort led by Wallace Roberts & Todd, LLC with assistance from Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates and the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center […]
Evaluation of NJ Turnpike and Port Authority Variable Pricing In partnership with City University of New York (CUNY), VTC conducted research on the effectiveness of variable pricing initiatives implemented in the tri-state region. (Client: CUNY) May 2005. Final Report