Conferences

Municipal Electric Vehicle Workshop – November 14, 2019

KMM hosted the Municipal Electric Vehicle Workshop at the East Brunswick Community Art Center and provided municipalities with the tools to draft and implement an electric vehicle plan in their respective communities. Leading experts including Senator Greenstein, Andrea Friedman (NJDEP), Tracey Woods (Sustainable Jersey), Jennifer Fogliano (NJTA), Mark Warner (Gabel Associates), Doug O’ Malley (Environment New Jersey) shared their expertise in pending State-wide legislative initiatives, the Volkswagen settlement and its impact on EV’s, grant funding such as “It Pays to Plug-In” and tools to implement a readiness plan for local ordinances.  The half-day workshop was followed by a Ride & Drive event hosted by Environment New Jersey which allowed attendees the opportunity to drive an electric vehicle.

KMM Annual Meeting – May 15, 2019

Over 125 people attended the 31st Annual Membership Meeting of Keep Middlesex Moving, Inc. (KMM) to hear New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo share his insight on the partnership between transportation and our labor/workforce development in Middlesex County and NJ.  The May 15th meeting took place at the Forsgate Country Club.

Forty-four Middlesex County companies received the prestigious 2019 NJ Smart Workplaces Award.  These awards honor companies for their outstanding achievements in providing commute alternative opportunities for their employees, thus reducing traffic and congestion and improving air quality.

“KMM’s programs promote mobility, safety, and sustainability.  But these programs can only be implemented with the help of our partners, like the employers we are honoring with Smart Workplace Awards,” said KMM’s Executive Director William Neary.

2019 sponsors included CME Associates, Johnson& Johnson, Magyar Bank, and GoCentralNJ.

In addition, KMM recognized six Middlesex County schools and three municipalities in the NJ Safe Route to School Recognition Program, part of NJDOT’s statewide Safe Routes to School program.  The awards are given based on their commitment and involvement in the Safe Routes to School program. This year, twenty schools achieved First Step, five achieved Bronze, and two achieved Silver level recognition.

“The NJ SRTS Recognition Program is a way for KMM to thank our school and municipal partners for their hard work throughout the year making it safer and easier for children and their families to walk and bike to school. We hope that our combined efforts can create a better neighborhood not just for schoolchildren, but for everyone who lives, walks, and bikes in these neighborhoods,” said SRTS Coordinator Christopher Gonda.

 

Transportation Health Conference – Thursday, October 18, 2018

The conference explored the challenges the medical industry faces in providing transportation to clients and patients. Keynote Speaker Senator Patrick Diegnan, Chairman of the Transportation Committee, was followed by three panels including experts from Lyft, RoundTrip, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) and many more, covering topics such as Healthcare Mobility and Best Practices and Solutions. Hosted by St. Peter’s University Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Keep Middlesex Moving, and Healthier Middlesex; and was moderated by Radio Hall of Fame Broadcaster, Bert Baron, morning radio show host of  1450 WCTC, a Besley Media group.

 

KMM Annual Meeting – May 16, 2018

KMM celebrated it’s 30th Anniversary at this year’s Annual Meeting.  Keynote Speaker, Carole Johnson, Acting Commissioner NJ Department of Human Services shared her insight on the link between transportation and human services in Middlesex County and NJ.   Forty-nine Middlesex County companies received the prestigious 2018 NJ Smart Workplaces Award.  These awards honor companies for their outstanding achievements in providing commute alternative opportunities for their employees, thus reducing traffic and congestion and improving air quality.   In addition, KMM recognized six Middlesex County schools and three municipalities for participation in NJDOT’s statewide Safe Routes to School program.  The awardees are recognized for their commitment to pedestrian and bicycle safety for children. This year, twenty schools achieved First Step, five achieved Bronze, and two achieved Silver level recognition.  The event was sponsored by Saint Peter’s University Hospital, Johnson & Johnson, Magyar Bank, Northfield Bank, and GoCentralNJ.

 

 

New Jersey Electric Vehicle Conference – April 23, 2018

Businesses, municipal officials, planners, transportation professionals, and developers attended the 2018 New Jersey Electric Vehicle Conference. The free half-day conference hosted by Keep Middlesex Moving and St. Peter’s University Hospital, featured a Keynote Speaker and two-panel discussions.

Keynote Speaker: Rutgers Professor, Dunbar Birnie

Panel One Discussion: Planning for Electric Vehicles

Panel Two Discussion: Municipalities: All Charged Up