On behalf of Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS), the Princeton Public Affairs Group assisted in gaining approval for ADS’ products at the New Jersey Department of Transportation, New Jersey Turnpike Authority and the South Jersey Transportation Authority. This marked a major achievement for ADS—the world’s largest manufacturer of plastic drainage pipes—which was previously limited in public sector marketing because of state regulatory restrictions.
PPAG is assisting Somerset Development’s Wesmont Station project in Wood-Ridge. Somerset Development has partnered with New Jersey Transit to redevelop the former Curtiss-Wright aircraft engine plant. This massive mixed-use project entails housing, retail and commercial space as well as a new passenger rail station along the Pascack Valley Line. The project broke ground in 2010.
The Governor signed legislation which Princeton Public Affairs worked on for the State Troopers Fraternal Association, that authorizes special Gold Star Family motor vehicle license plates for certain family members of military personnel who died while on active duty.
On behalf of Newport Associates, PPAG is working to advance a major new ramp linking the New Jersey Turnpike with the Jersey City Waterfront. A transportation study of the project is underway. The benefits of the multimillion dollar project include relieving traffic congestion near the Holland Tunnel, as well as improving traffic flow on local streets.
Note: Record of Success (ROS) items reflect the status of the issue at time of ROS publication.