Questions, comments, press releases and feedback should be directed to Managing Editor Karl Vilacoba at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (973) 639-8407. Correspondence may also be sent to the magazine's attention at One Newark Center, 17th Floor, Newark, N.J. 07102.
Letters to the editor and op-eds are accepted for the magazine's "Pen Station" section. All submissions should include a daytime phone number for verification purposes.
InTransition welcomes contributions from researchers, transportation practitioners, advocates, faculty, graduate students, journalists and others with an interest in transportation and urban affairs. Contributors are encouraged to contact us with specific ideas for stories.
Writers may propose general interest features or queries tailored to the magazine's various sections, including: "Technical Toolbox," which covers technologies of interest to the transportation sector; "Perspectives," profiles or Q&A's with newsworthy subjects; and "Insider Insight," which offers experts an opportunity to highlight research, projects, trends or technologies impacting the transportation sector.
"Research Exchange" gathers brief summaries of ongoing or recently completed research about critical topics in transportation. Research organizations are welcome to send press releases or copies of their studies for consideration. We also invite readers to suggest studies that merit inclusion.
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InTransition magazine is exploring options for accepting advertisements in future issues. Ads would be limited to products/services such as books, technologies, educational opportunities and events. Because the NJTPA (the magazine's publisher) is a nonprofit agency that accepts federal funding, ads from government contractors/consultants such as planning and engineering firms may not be accepted. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 639-8407.