ABOUT CROSS COUNTY CONNECTION
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. Cross County Connection TMA was formally incorporated in 1989 through the efforts of a group of southern New Jersey business leaders, local government officials, and representatives from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ TRANSIT) to address mobility issues in the region and reduce the number of vehicles on state and local roadways. Today, Cross County Connection provides solutions to complex transportation problems for counties, municipalities, employers, and commuters in its seven-county region.
Commuter, municipalities, county governments, and employers all benefit from Cross County Connection’s work in seeking and providing viable transportation solutions for the southern New Jersey region.
Commuters benefit by using us as a centralized source of valuable information on joining carpools or vanpools, using trains, shuttles or buses, commuting by walking or biking, and finding timely traffic or roadway construction alerts. We even reward commuters for using alternate transportation.
Municipalities and County Governments rely on our expertise in the creation and promotions of community shuttles and bicycle and pedestrian facilities, GIS mapping, transportation assessment and evaluation, and grant assistance.
Employers find a ready resource to help their employees get to work. From basic services—providing bus or train schedules—to the complex—full scale employee commute benefit programs, we seek practical solutions to the issues employers face.
Cross County Connection is a free resource for southern New Jersey municipalities and schools seeking to implement a Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program.
Cross County Connection accomplishes this mission by promoting and facilitating the use of commute alternatives, including car/vanpooling, public transit, bicycling and walking. Cross County Connection’s numerous services are available to residents, employees and employers within its service area, as well as local and county governments.
Cross County Connection’s services are made available through partnerships with public and private entities, including:
The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA), the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), NJ TRANSIT, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC), the South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization (SJTPO), the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, and public and private sector employers and organizations.
Members have access to all services listed for commuters, employers and counties and municipalities, and they enjoy several additional benefits. Join this group of companies and organizations who are dedicated to providing effective transportation solutions to New Jersey residents.
Archer & Greiner, Burlington, County of, Burlington County Chamber of Commerce, Camden County Division of Planning, Collingswood, Borough of, Delaware River Port Authority, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, Enterprise Rideshare, Evesham, Township of, Haddonfield, Borough of, New Jersey Department of Transportation, New Jersey Transit Corporation, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, Port Authority Transit Corporation, Rapid Rover Airport Shuttle, Sierra Club West Jersey Group, Southern New Jersey Development Council, Southern New Jersey Development Council, South Jersey Transportation Authority, Taylor Wiseman & Taylor, Traffic Planning and Design, USDOT – Federal Highway Administration, Voorhees Township, Winslow, Township of
We are located at: 4A Eves Drive, Suite 114 Marlton NJ 08053
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