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The first-ever NJ Travel Advisory will be posted on Friday.
It’s designed to let visitors know if they can use their own vehicles for short trips to places that have limited accessibility.
The advisory is intended to help people plan trips that they can safely drive in NJ.NJ Travel Advisory: What you need to know about the first-of-its-kind travel advisory Posted by NJ Travel advisory agency, N.j.
Travel advisory, on Friday, April 16, 2018.
The advisory says that some people may need to take public transportation and use private vehicles to get to places.
Other people may have to use the bus to get there.
It also recommends that people stay in hotels during the weekend, but also advises people to take extra steps to minimize the impact of the weekend commute.
The NJ Travel Administration says the advisory is designed to help travelers plan trips they can make safely in NJ, while still providing a safe environment.
The NJ Travel Association is a trade association that represents more than 400,000 NJ businesses.
The association says its advisory is an attempt to reduce traffic delays and accidents during the first week of April, as well as help ensure a safe and secure environment for the thousands of visitors expected to visit the Garden State.NJ Tourism Association president and CEO Tim Cramer said he was proud to work with the state to make this advisory a reality.
Cramer said that during the week before the advisory was posted, the governor was trying to convince people to travel.
The governor told people they could use the public transportation to get from their homes to a public destination.
He said they should plan their trip to be as safe as possible, and he encouraged people to make their own arrangements.
He said people should be aware of the importance of having the right vehicle.
The state will send out information and alerts on the NJ Travel Information Center on its website.
The agency says that NJ Travel Advisors are intended to be used by travelers, including the governor, who have been advised to take care when they travel.
They are not intended to provide a vehicle-free zone, which is the goal of the NJ Transportation Safety Administration.
Cameras are being brought to the state’s beaches to document the conditions.
The agency says cameras will be available at beaches, and a website will be up on the website for visitors to find out if they have one.
Calls to the governor’s office and the office of the governor were not returned.