Governor Phil Murphy recently signed a bill into law requiring New Jersey employers of at least 20 employees to offer a pre-tax transportation fringe benefit to employees beginning March 1, 2020. Continue reading “New Jersey Commuter Fringe Benefit Law Goes into Effect March 1”
Nearly $23 billion in federal funding for New Jersey depends on Census counts, including Medicaid, hospital funding, Title I school funding, child care, student loans, school meals, and highway and transportation funding. Continue reading “goHunterdon to Assist with Hunterdon “Complete Count” Efforts”
goHunterdon is participating in the development of the New Jersey 2020 Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), a statewide, coordinated safety plan that provides a comprehensive framework for reducing highway fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads under state, county or local jurisdiction. Continue reading “Toward Zero Deaths: NJ Strategic Highway Safety Plan Development”
Colder weather can present challenges to students who normally walk to school. For parents, it can be tempting to just drive or pick up their student.
goHunterdon is coordinating “Winter Walks” this month for students in Hunterdon’s walkable school districts to reinforce the physical and environmental benefits of walking over being driven to or picked up from school. Continue reading “Idling Focus of Winter Walks to School”
Would your residents, employees, customers, patients, visitors, or students benefit from having access to transportation information? Why not become an Information Outreach Partner with goHunterdon? Continue reading “Become an Information Outreach Partner”