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Cross County Connection Tma

Providing Transportation Solutions For Southern New Jersey

Cross County Connection is the designated Transportation Management Association (TMA) for the seven-county southern New Jersey region: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem. Cross County Connection assists local governments, schools, businesses, social service organizations, residents and employees with mobility needs by fostering the implementation and use of sustainable transportation modes.
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.
Commuting challenges are not just an inconvenience–they dramatically affect our quality of life, our independence and mobility, our ability to get to work, school, medical appointments, conduct business, and more. Today, Cross County Connection is a full-service transportation organization offering a wide variety of programs, services, and resources to southern New Jersey businesses, local governments, schools, residents, and employees. Our partners include:

Mobility Drives The Economy

Thanks to our partners’ support, Cross County Connection can address many mobility needs. Long taken for granted, recent world events illustrate the importance of mobility–whether it means getting essential goods to distribution points, or workers and residents to essential services. Mobility is a driving force for the economy, and accessibility to transportation, and mobility options for ALL, must exist for the region to prosper. Your TMA is a MOVING FORCE. Let us help get you there, South Jersey.