New Jersey Framework

As New Jersey charts its course for the new century, it must confront
two structural challenges to sustain the growth and prosperity it
achieved in the 1990s. One is driven by the continuing transformations
of the global economy, the second by the internal capacity constraints
created by decades of largely unplanned metropolitan growth. Regional
Plan Association is developing economic and transportation analysis to
better understand the implications of the changing economic geography
for New Jersey's infrastructure and development needs. An analysis of
industry clusters and infrastructure conditions in different regions is
being completed. Future work will focus on identifying priority
infrastructure investments and opportunities for interstate
collaboration.