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Local Safety Program

Safety Outreach and Education | Safety Infrastructure Improvement | Safety Products | Safety Resources

Safety Outreach and Education Program
  Originally started in 1998, as a partnership with the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety (DHTS), the primary objective of SJTPO's Safety Outreach and Eductation Program is to assist all county and municipal agencies and organizations with problem assessment, the development, implementation, and evaluation of educational programs, enforcement programs, and engineering projects as well as provide general assistance with traffic and pedestrian safety.

Safety Infrastructure Improvement Program
  The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), the primary funding source for SJTPO's Local Safety Program, was continued as a core Federal-aid program in the current new transportation reauthorization bill, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21). Its purpose is to achieve a significant reduction in fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads. This includes roadways not on the federal aid system, regardless of ownership. The HSIP emphasizes a data-driven, strategic approach to improving highway safety. For more information or to apply for HSIP funding, check out the Safety Infrastructure page >>

Safety Related Products
  Safety Trends Report
  > Crashes (April 2011)
  > Drivers (April 2011)
  > Occupants (April 2011)
  > Vehicles (April 2011)
  > Pedestrians (April 2011)
  Traffic Safety Facts
  > Non-Motorist & All Traffic Fatalities (2003-2005)
  > Non Motorist in Motor Vehicle Crashes (2002-2005)
  > Trends in Occupant Fatalities: Seat Belt Use & Occupants Ejected (2002-2005)
  > Trends in Occupant Fatalities: Age Analysis; Child Restraint Use (2002-2005)
  > Senior Traffic Fatalities & Injuries (2003-2005)
  Integrating Traffic Safety Into the Metropolitan and State Planning Process
  Atlantic City Ped Safety Road Show (October 2003)
  Roadway Safety Awards
  Alcohol and Drug-Related Crash Analysis for SJTPO Region (2000)
  Seat Belt Surveys:
  > 2013 Seat Belt Survey (June 2013)
  > 2012 Seat Belt Survey, Part 2 (June 2012)
  > 2012 Seat Belt Survey, Part 1 (February 2012)
  > 2011 Seat Belt Survey (June 2011)
  > 2010 Seat Belt Survey (June 2010)
  > 2009 Seat Belt Survey (June 2009)
  > 2008 Seat Belt Survey (June 2008)
  > 2007 Seat Belt Survey (June 2007)
  > 2006 Seat Belt Survey (July 2006)
  NARC Safety Webinar (.zip: 43.4 MB)
  To View: 1.) Download from the above link, 2.) Right-click the downloaded file, select "Extract All," 3.) Proceed through Extraction Wizard, check "Show extracted files," 4.) Navigate to the PPT file: NARC Webinar May 2011.

Safety Related Resources:
  New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety (or click below for a specific topic)
  Auto Bicycle Pedestrian Child Occupant Impared Crash  
  Automobiles Bicycle Pedestrians Child Safety Seat Belt Laws Alcohol Crashes - Safety Resources from the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission
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