Rethinking Our Thinking Blog Series By Mary Sell, TJCOG Planner To date, our communities have been built largely around cars, … More
As Triangle J Council of Governments counts down to the kick-off of the Innovation Sandbox Series on Recruitment and Retention … More
Moving forward after Triangle J COG’s Regional Summit. It’s been two months since our Regional Summit occurred in Clayton and … More
The Jordan Lake watershed is a massive regional resource utilized by 10 counties, 27 municipalities and nearly 700 water customers (see Figure below), and is continuing to be more populous every day. As challenges with water quality and water supply increase from growing populations, it is imperative that water resources dialogue span across jurisdictional bounds.
Triangle J Council of Governments provides a number of different programs and services that benefit our member governments and communities … More
Every other year TJCOG conducts a major employer survey aimed at exploring the habits and attitudes of commuters across the Triangle region. This survey is part of our Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program, which aims to reduce reliance on single-occupancy vehicles by supporting and encouraging carpooling, public transit, biking, walking, and teleworking. The results illustrate that we are indeed making some progress towards diversifying our travel behavior, however, there is still much opportunity to make important gains moving forward.
Happy New Year…Fiscal Year 2017-2018 that is! With the beginning of July comes the beginning of a new fiscal year … More
Our Regional Summit will be designed to highlight regional solutions that can be applied anywhere in the Triangle J Region.
Today’s guest blogger, Jen Schmitz, recently joined the TJCOG team as a Principal Planner with our Water Resources program, focusing on water quality, … More
The Triangle J Council of Governments region is facing the prospect for continued significant growth. Projections indicate that our region increase … More