The New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority (TTFA or Authority) is an independent agency of New Jersey state
government whose stated mission is to finance the cost of "planning, acquisition, engineering,
construction, reconstruction, repair, and rehabilitation of the state's transportation system."
New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority Disclaimer & Conditions of Use:
The website reflects the provisions of the Fiscal Year(FY) 2018 Appropriations Act (approved as of June 30, 2017) as well as program changes implemented through the October 2016 legislative reauthorization.
This site provides general information about the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority, its finances, revenues, outstanding bonds, debt service and other information. This site does not purport to comprehensively describe the TTFA or its finances. The TTFA has not prepared the statements contained on this site with a view to any investment decision in TTFA bonds, and investors in the TTFA’s bonds are encouraged to review all of the information that has been posted on the Electronic Municipal Market Access site of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board with respect to the TTFA’s bonds before making any investment decision to purchase or sell TTFA bonds. See http://emma.msrb.org
The information contained on this site speaks only as of the date it was posted or, if such information is dated, as of its dated date. The TTFA does not undertake to update materials posted on this site. Material developments may occur after the dated date or posted date of such information that could render it materially inaccurate or unreliable. Any of the information on this site may be removed at any time. The TTFA does not undertake to maintain any information contained on this site.
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THIS IS NOT AN OFFER TO SELL BONDS. Information on this site is not an offer to sell securities or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities.
|Outstanding Bonds *
|Debt Service Outstanding *
|Max. Bond Maturity *
|Current State Contract Debt Service
|Current NJ Transit EDA Debt Service
| Total TTFA/NJT Debt service (net)
Revenue Appropriated to TTFA:
|Motor Fuel Tax (A)
|| $573.3 million
| Petroleum Products Gross Receipts Tax (A)
|State Sales & Use Tax (A)
|Toll Road Authority (A)
|Total Appropriated Revenue
|Current Credit Rating
* The financial information is as of June 30, 2017 and reflects the most recent audited financial information. Amount reflected includes 2006 Series A Garvee bond and 2016 Series A and B Indirect Garvee notes and is net of non-amortized accretion balances on Capital Appreciation Bonds.
(A) Amounts as of the FY 2018 Appropriation Act.
The Authority consists of seven members,
two ex-officio and five public members appointed by the Governor. Board meetings are scheduled on an as needed basis and notices of the
meetings are published in the newspapers and on this Website. The meetings are conducted at New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Headquarters in Ewing, NJ and are open to the public.
The Authority’s financing process is directed at issuing sufficient
bonds to pay for NJDOT/NJ TRANSIT Capital Program
expenditures previously requested and authorized by the Legislature.
The level of bonding needed is based on the Authority's
Audited financial statements are prepared each year summarizing
the Authority's financing activity and current financial position.
The Authority was created in 1984 by legislation that has been
amended several times. The current
Transportation Trust Fund Statute (N.J.S.A. 27:1B-1, et seq.) and
dedication of revenues found in the State Constitution serve as
the blueprint for all Authority actions.