Freight Infrastructure and Land Use Analysis
The completed Morris County Freight Infrastructure and Land Use Analysis was a two year comprehensive study that examined the impact and role of the goods movement industry on the county’s transportation network, land use, and economy.
The study has provided a final report that includes recommendations for physical infrastructure improvements, identification of potential freight-related development locations, an economic impact analysis of the value of the goods movement industry to Morris County, a guide to freight planning for municipalities, and a marketing plan to promote economic development and transportation in the county.
This study will better enable county planners to make informed, accurate recommendations, and provide tools for improving community relations and marketing that will maximize the success and support of future freight-related development and infrastructure improvements.
Technical Advisory Committee
- Steve Brown, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- Megan Kelly, NJTPA
- Andrew Ludasi, NJDOT
- Thomas Mallaney, CB Richard Ellis
- Chris Mazzei, Morristown & Erie Railway
- Maggie Peters, Morris County Economic Development Corporation
- Jakub Rowinski, NJTPA
- Chris Vitz, Morris County Engineering
- Rich Wisneski, NJ Transit
- Raymond Zabihach, Morris County Board of Transportation