County transportation group offers services on the Web

NEW BRUNSWICK – Keep Middlesex Moving, the transportation management association for Middlesex County, recently enhanced its interactive Web site to assist commuters who work in the county.

The nonprofit organization’s site,, provides information and online services such as commuter classifieds, bike rental availability, mass transit schedules, park-and-ride lot information and construction updates, among other features. Also on the site, visitors can find carpool or vanpool partners, rent bike lockers at a train station, sign up for the Emergency Traffic Network and have access to more than 50 mass transit schedules.

Companies that do business in Middlesex County can access information about services designed to ease employees¿ commutes to the office in a cost-efficient manner. Companies can also apply for the state’s “Best Workplaces for Commuters” designation, which is a statewide award for firms that implement transportation demand management strategies to help relieve congestion and improve air quality.

“We are pleased to offer New Jersey drivers an online home where they can explore transportation alternatives,” said Bill Neary, executive director of Keep Middlesex Moving and mayor of East Brunswick. “Our free commuter services are geared toward decreasing traffic congestion, improving air quality, and reducing stress for drivers. The need for commuter ridesharing is becoming increasingly evident every day.”