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New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority  
      
Overview

About TTFA
Members
Meetings
Legislation

Business Partners
Financial Advisors
Underwriters
Trustees
Bond Counsel
Printing Services
External Auditor

Frequently Asked
Questions


Financing Process
Flow of Funds
Appropriation Revenues
Bonds
Audited Financial Statements

Future Financing
Next Bond Sale
Annual Financial Plan
Long-Term Financing Capacity

GARVEE Bonds

NJDOT/NJ TRANSIT
Capital Program



The Transportation Trust Fund provides funding for New Jersey's transportation system

Business Partners


The New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority relies primarily on business partners to sell its bonds. These include financial advisors, underwriters, trustees and bond counsel that are selected from prequalified pools or by individual RFPs that are issued by the State Treasurer or in the case of bond counsel by the Attorney General, per Executive Order #26, issued by Governor Christine Todd Whitman in 1994.

The Authority selects an external auditor through its open competitive Request for Proposals (RFP) process. The Authority engages its external auditor to perform an annual audit of Authority accounting procedures and to prepare financial statements summarizing the Authority's financial transactions and current financial position,per Executive Order #122, issued by Governor James E. McGreevey in 2004.

Preliminary Official Statements and Official Statements are published using contract printing services.
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