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TMA COUNCIL
OF NJ

Working Together

There are eight TMA's that cover the
21 counties in New Jersey. 
Learn more about the TMA's in NJ
and the counties they cover.

 

KMM offers effective and viable mobility and sustainable solutions in Middlesex County. Established in 1988, KMM works with businesses, elected officials, and residents to identify and implement strategies to reduce congestion and provide programming that enhances the overall quality of life in Middlesex County. Through programming such Ridesharing, Street Smart NJ, Safe Routes to School and the Information Notification Network, KMM and our partners improve mobility,  clean the air, and make our streets safer for everyone.

 

Cross County Connection is a non-profit Transportation Management Association (TMA) providing transportation-related services in New Jersey’s seven southern counties, including the counties of Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem. Since 1989, Cross County Connection has been working with businesses, communities, and commuters to provide solutions for transportation problems in southern New Jersey. The CCCTMA mission is to “Improve the quality of life in southern New Jersey through transportation solutions.”

 

RideWise is an independent non-profit organization that promotes efficient and sustainable travel options. The agency partners with businesses, municipalities, schoolsand nonprofit agencies to address a variety of mobility issues.

 

TransOptions delivers programs and services that improve mobility, the environment and overall quality of life in northwestern New Jersey. TransOptions helps you find alternative commute options. We also offer programs in bicycle, pedestrian and teen driver safety as well as environmental education and sustainability. We're not only the experts on finding unique transportation options that work for you, but also advocates for a safer and more sustainable future.

 

Hudson County TMA is committed to meeting Hudson County's ever-growing and diverse transportation needs. We work with a variety of agencies and businesses, as well as individuals to lessen the traffic which cripples our communities and endangers our environment.  We provide businesses, employers, residents, and travelers the resources and tools to simplify travel, enhance the daily commute, improve business productivity, and assist in improving our environment. We offers easily accessible information about all of the programs and services that the Hudson TMA provides, as well as news items, traffic alerts and links to other useful transportation information.

 

goHunterdon is dedicated to promoting sustainable transportation solutions in Hunterdon County, NJ.  goHunterdon offers a variety of free programs and services designed to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, increase motorist, pedestrian, bicyclist safety, and create greater opportunity for community mobility.  Working in collaboration with commuters, employers, local, county and regional elected officials, agencies and non-profit organizations.

 

Greater Mercer TMA is a non profit, public private partnership dedicated to reducing traffic congestion and improving mobility in and around Mercer and Ocean County. Established in 1984, our association consists of large and small employers, local governments, authorities and state agencies who share a commitment to providing transportation choices that are good for commuters, good for business and good for the environment

 

EZ Ride’s services are convenient and cost effective because they are integrated – a one stop for all your transportation needs that include carpools, vanpools, shuttles, transportation for older adults and people with disabilities, and bike and pedestrian programs. Today, EZ Ride manages New Jersey’s largest carpool, vanpool and shuttle services for businesses, colleges, universities, and municipalities. EZ Ride operates a mixed fleet of minibuses, vans, and sedans that provide more than 700,000 passenger trips each year.