HART - Promoting Sustainable Transportation
Phone: (908) 788-5553 | Contact Us |
Serving Hunterdon County, NJ
sent: 09/02/14 07:04:28

Construction on Rt 202 northbound at Alexauken Creek in Lambertville. Left lane closed for repairs until 3:30 P.M.

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sent: 09/02/14 06:24:49

Reminder: Back to School starts this week! Allow extra commute time. Watch for children walking to school or to their bus stops. Please remember to stop for school buses.

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sent: 09/02/14 06:08:15

Lebanon Twp: Rt 31 at Cregar Rd accident.

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sent: 10/11/13 10:43:02

Long Term Construction Projects: Click 'View All Alerts' link to the right.

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FREE Traffic Alert Service

HART’s free Traffic Alert Service (TAS) provides weekday alerts on traffic congestion, traffic accidents, construction closures, detours, weather related travel conditions, and other relevant travel information to commuters traveling to or through Hunterdon County, NJ. Alerts are available via email during peak commute hours, 6:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

The HART Traffic Alert Service (TAS) is an information forwarding service. Incident information is sent as quickly as we receive it and can format it for alert distribution.

Traffic Alerts

Two general types of alerts are sent regarding conditions on roads within HART’s TAS service area

Incidents/Congestion Alert: 

Includes accidents, police/fire activity, disabled vehicle and delays due to volume or scheduled events (i.e. balloon festival, fairs, etc.).

Construction/Weather Alerts:

Includes scheduled or emergency roadwork, closures and delays due to construction, as well as roadways impacted by storms, flooding, downed trees/wires/poles, snow/ice conditions, sun glare, fog, etc.

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For more information or help with traffic alerts contact Cathy Taglienti (908) 788-5553 ext.14

Tell-it-2-TAS

Subscribers may call 908-TAS (827)-1051 or email: traffic@harttma.com to report traffic congestion, a traffic incident or weather conditions (local calling rates apply). Callers should provide the name of the town, road name, direction, lane impact and brief description.