Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

Morris County government has joined with non-profit TransOptions to offer daily traffic alerts and road construction reports on the county’s website at www.MorrisCountyNJ.Gov.

TransOptions

The localized traffic information, along with recently added weather forecasts, will provide more essential information to Morris County residents, along with key information on county government news and key county services, programs, events and happenings.

TransOptions delivers programs and services that improve mobility, the environment and overall quality of life in northwestern New Jersey. TransOptions helps you find alternative commute options. It also offer programs in bicycle, pedestrian and teen driver safety as well as environmental education and sustainability.

John F. Ciaffone

John F. Ciaffone

“We’re glad to partner with Morris County for the benefit of county residents who drive, ride share, bike and walk to work, or to get around their county and this region,” said TransOptions President John Ciaffone.

“We’re not only the experts on finding unique transportation options that work for you, but also advocates for a safer and more sustainable future.t also advocates for a safer and more sustainable future.”

To find a park and rode, car pool, bus and train schedules, and even calculate your commuting costs, visit TransOptions at http://www.transoptions.org/

Morris County’s government website also offers easy and direct connections to all 39 municipal websites, all school districts in the county, all county government departments, County College of Morris, the Morris County School of Technology, and a host of agencies and authorities, and all of the other 20 New Jersey counties.

The county also offers a weekly e-newsletter, Morris Connections, which you can easily sign up for with a click of a button at the top of the county’s website. If you have any questions or suggestions about MorrisCountynj.Gov, please feel free to send them to us.

lragonese@co.morris.nj.us

973-285-6015