Welcome to ITSNJ

The Intelligent Transportation Society of New Jersey (ITSNJ) is a non-lobbying, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization of public, private, and academic sector organizations. ITSNJ's primary interest and focus is promoting the accelerated deployment of Intelligent Transportation Systems and Services (ITS) in New Jersey. ITSNJ is a State Chapter of ITS America, and provides ITS education and outreach to foster the understanding of ITS applications and technologies, as well as a forum for ITS interaction, discussion, professional networking, and information sharing.

President's Message

Dear ITSNJ members,

On behalf of the Intelligent Transportation Society of New Jersey (ITSNJ), let me welcome you to our new web site!  We hope you will find the fresh layout more helpful and the content informative.  If you are just visiting our site to get some information, I hope you will consider joining our organization.  We are made up of academic, private sector and public sector Transportation professionals from New Jersey who share information, and are dedicated to improving mobility in our state.  We welcome your feedback and thank you for visiting our web site.


Andrew J. Tunnard

The Benefits of Membership

Visibility. Mobility. Being a member of ITSNJ means you are interested in pursuing, and furthering, the field of intelligent transportation. Companies, colleges and universities, and government and non-governmental agencies dedicated to advances in transportation logistics and communications share the goals and vision of a better world through intelligent transportation. Are you connected?

Join Today

ITS America

ITS New Jersey is part of ITS America, the only organization that brings together players from all the relevant sectors: state departments of transportation (DOTs); regional and local transportation and planning agencies; private companies providing ITS products, services and technology; auto manufacturers and suppliers; research organizations; academic institutions; and transportation associations.

Continue Reading