NJDOT stands for the New Jersey Department of Transportation. Any questions or concerns regarding driving in New Jersey should always be directed towards NJDOT. Of course, in order to do this, one needs to know where to direct inquiries. Thankfully, the homepage of NJDOT clearly provides all the important contact information one would need. The most frequently used contact information is provided herein...
The general mailing address for is as follows: New Jersey Department of Transportation, P.O. Box 600, Trenton, NJ 08625-0600.
Any "snail mail" correspondence can be directed to this address. However, it is important to note here that NJDOT receives an enormous volume of mail on a daily basis. As such, response time to inquiries could take several business days.
For quicker processing you may wish to send NJDOT an email. This can be done via an online correspondence form found at the following subset of NJDOT's homepage: http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/contact/. Again, the volume of email that NJDOT receives is high but the processing is much quicker and more streamlined.
Of course, it is always possible to call NJDOT directly. There are various numbers to contact depending upon the reason for the call. Here are the main numbers that NJDOT provides.
For Motor Vehicle Services, the general customer service number is 1-888-486-3339 (in state) or 609-984-7294 (out of state) or, for the hearing impaired, 609-292-5120.
For maintenance issues such as malfunctioning traffic signals and potholes, direct calls to 1-800-POTHOLE. (Please note: if you have a pothole damage claim you must call 609-984-7294.
For those who have questions concerning E-Z pass, the toll free number is 1-888-288-6865.
Now, if you wish to contact the New Jersey State Police, it is not difficult to contact them either. Here is a brief rundown of the various means for contacting them.
Mailing address and primary phone number:
New Jersey State Police,
P.O. Box 7068,
West Trenton, NJ 08628,
It is also possible to send general inquiries via email. Here are the main email addresses:
Emergency Management - email@example.com
Major Crime Unit - MajorCrimeUnit@gw.njsp.org
High Tech Crime Unit - Hitech@gw.njsp.org
Missing Persons - MissingP@gw.njsp.org
Fugitive Unit - Fugitive@gw.njsp.org
There are several field operation stations and troop locations throughout the state of New Jersey. Space availability precludes the ability to list all the various addresses and phone numbers of these offices. However, all applicable information can be found at the following URL: http://www.state.nj.us/lps/njsp/divorg/operations/roadstations.html