Area of Potential Effects
Concept Development Report
Controlling Substandard Design Element
Design Communication Report
Environmental Screening Report
Interagency Review Committee
The location of the Manhattan Avenue retaining wall in Union City, NJ. Visit Hudson County Website Here
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Services
New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Green Acres Program Visit the NJDEP-GAP Website here
New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Environmental Program Resources
The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, Inc. is a federally-funded Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the northern New Jersey region, home to 6.6 million people and covering over one-half of the state's land area. The NJTPA Board consists of 20 voting members: representatives from the NJDOT, New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ TRANSIT), and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ); a Governor's Representative; a Citizen Advisor; and one elected official from each of the thirteen (13) northern New Jersey counties and from the cities of Newark and Jersey City. The NJTPA conducts comprehensive long-range transportation planning and annually oversees over $2 billion in transportation investments, for one of the most dynamic and complex transportation systems in the nation. The NJTPA sponsors and conducts studies, assists member planning agencies (known as NJTPA “subregions”), and provides a forum for interagency cooperation and public input into funding decisions. Visit the NJTPA website here.
Public Action Plans include strategies for communicating project information to stakeholders and soliciting project feedback. For more information about our community outreach efforts, please click here.
Preliminary Preferred Alternative
The Project Team is composed of members representing Hudson County, NJTPA, NJDOT Local Aid, NJDOT-BEPR, the prime consultant design engineering firm, French and Parrello Associates, and other supporting consulting firms for engineering, environmental, cultural and community involvement support. View the project team here.
Public Information Sessions are forums for members of the public to learn about a project and provide feedback. Public Information Sessions typically include handouts, project boards or a PowerPoint presentation to help explain the information visually to attendees. These documents will also be posted online. View the Public Information Session information here.
State Historic Preservation Office Visit the New Jersey State HPO website here http://www.state.nj.us/dep/hpo/
Stakeholders are identified as any a person with an interest or concern in something, such as a project.
Subject matter expert
The United States Army Corps of Engineers