The South Jersey Transportation Authority
(SJTA) is a quasi-private agency created by the New Jersey Legislature
in 1991 to manage transportation-related services in the six South Jersey
, Cape May
The Authority, successor to the New Jersey Expressway Authority
and the Atlantic County Transportation Authority
(ACTA), is responsible for coordinating South Jersey's transportation system, including highways, airports and other transportation needs. The Authority's transportation network includes public highways, including the Atlantic City Expressway
, and transportation projects, such as the Atlantic City International Airport
; parking facilities and functions once performed by ACTA; other public transportation facilities, and related economic development facilities in South Jersey.
The Atlantic City Expressway, a limited-access toll road, long, extends from approximately east of Philadelphia
, to Atlantic City, and through the Atlantic City Connector
to Brigantine Island
. Thirteen interchanges provide access to arterial routes, including the Garden State Parkway
, and seven toll barriers control the collection of toll revenues.
Atlantic City International Airport, covers approximately and is located near the Delilah Road exit (Interchange 9 of the Atlantic City Expressway) approximately northwest of Atlantic City. Aviation services include scheduled flights and charter service as well as ground handling of aircraft,... Read More