Community Involvement

Cape May County, in cooperation with the South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization (SJTPO) and the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) recognize that community participation is an integral part of all stages of this project. The project team is very interested in knowing how the local community uses the bridge, any current roadway concerns, and how the public sees possible conceptual alternative solutions.  Community Outreach during the Study is a vital part of the Local Concept Development (LCD) process and we encourage the community to participate.  Cape May County is committed to developing transportation improvements that best balance transportation needs, the environment, community concerns, and cost.

Get Involved!

Attendance at public meetings is good way to make your voice heard and to ensure a successful project that meets the community’s needs and aspirations. If you are unable to attend a meeting, you can keep tabs on new project developments by visiting the Project Website and reviewing the meeting summary reports, and PowerPoint presentations.  Naturally, coming out to the meeting is the best way to stay involved, provide input, and find answers, first hand, with the project team present.  As part of the Community Outreach effort, numerous meetings will be held to share project information and obtain input.

You can stay informed and involved by:

  • Checking this Website regularly for updated information
  • Attending Public Information Center meetings. The next Public Information Center is being held on April 11th, 2019. See here for more information.
  • Submitting comments or suggestions using the comment form below

Next Steps

After the Public Information Center meeting on April 11th, 2019, the study will conclude. Additional public meetings will be held in future design phases (Preliminary and Final Design).

Questions or Comments?

We’d like to hear from you! You can provide general comments or suggestions in the comment form below. Or, if you prefer, you may direct comments or questions to Project Team Member:

Martin Wade, P.E.