Here you can find information for motorists, pedestrians, and bus and train riders in New Jersey. 

Of special interest are the 511NJ Travel Information and major road construction updates.

Construction Updates provides the latest information on traffic reports, lane closings, and ongoing construction. Live traffic cameras let you view the current traffic conditions on the roads listed.

New Jersey law sets top speed limits for any given road, street, highway, or freeway. The speed limit, unless otherwise posted, is 25 mph in school zones, business, or residential districts; 35 mph in certain low density business and residential districts; 50 mph on all other roadways; 55 mph on certain state highways (as posted) and all interstates; and 65 mph on certain state highways (as posted).

The Motor Vehicle Commission website lists all offenses and the points associated with it.

The Motor Vehicle Commission website explains the point system and gives some facts about drunk driving.

In 2001, New Jersey joined 23 other states and several Canadian provinces in implementing a multi-stage driver licensing system.

The Motor Vehicle Commission website provides information on each kind of specialized license plate, dedicated plates, as well as personalized plates.

The Department of Transportation provides maps of the Garden State.

Vehicle registrations can be renewed online at NJMVC. To register for the first time, you must visit a motor vehicle agency.

You can also find on NJMVC's website information about boat registration.

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