Keep Middlesex Moving, Inc.
100 Bayard Street, 2nd Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

William Neary, Executive Director
Roberta Karpinecz, Director of Operations


Keep Middlesex Moving, Inc., is Middlesex County’s nonprofit transportation management association. Since 1988, KMM has partnered with commuters, employers, local, County, and State government to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality.

Reduce Traffic Congestion
Over 6 million motor vehicles are registered in New Jersey. Sometimes, it feels as if all of them are on the road at the same time, especially during rush hour. That's why carpooling, vanpooling or using mass transit makes more sense that driving alone. Fewer cars improve mobility, reduce commuting stress and save money.

Improve Air Quality
Motor vehicles are a major source of carbon dioxide emissions and ground level ozone. These pollutants threaten our health and our environment. Reducing your weekly driving by 10 miles eliminates 500 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions annually. Carpooling 2 days per week reduces carbon emission by 1,590 pounds. Even keeping your car well tuned and your tires properly inflated can make a significant difference.

Share the Road Safely
New Jersey ’s roads are meant to be shared by motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians. But, everyone must do their part to behave responsibly. KMM has partnered with the NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety to turn the spotlight on safety issues such as Stop for Pedestrians in Crosswalks, Distracted Driving, and Buckle Up in Back.

Be Part of the Solution
Our partners are part of the solution. KMM partners also benefit from continual research and studies focusing on the needs and patterns of those people who travel in Middlesex County. KMM offers effective, viable mobility and management solutions. KMM is working with businesses, elected officials and residents to identify and implement strategies to reduce automobile congestion. This kind of initiative decreases congestion and increases productivity in the business community.

Partnering with KMM allows you to join an association that boasts members who take true pride in their county and who take firm initiatives to create a community in which businesses can thrive.

Among KMM’s free and most popular programs are:

Visit www.kmm.org today or contact Executive Director Bill Neary at 732-745-4465.