Division of Highway Traffic Safety

Division of Highway Traffic Safety

Division of Highway Traffic Safety

The Division of Highway Traffic Safety (HTS) works to prevent motor vehicle-related crashes and the resulting property damage, injuries, and fatalities on New Jersey’s roadways. HTS is responsible for administering the State & Community Highway Safety Program, which annually distributes approximately $20 million in federal funding to develop and implement a statewide highway safety plan. The Director of HTS also serves as the Governor’s representative to the Governor’s Highway Safety Association and The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Acting AG Platkin, Division of Highway Traffic Safety Kick Off Nat’l Distracted Driving Awareness Month by Announcing Distracted Driving Study Findings and Launching Initiatives to Combat Driver Inattention

Distracted Driving Awareness Campaign and Traffic Enforcement Crackdown Begin TodayFor Immediate Release: April 1, 2022 Office of The Attorney General- Matthew J. Platkin, Acting Attorney GeneralDivision of Highway Traffic Safety- Eric Heitmann, DirectorFor Further...

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🚗❄️Winter weather is coming soon, and New Jersey is ready. Snow and ice will cause schools and offices to close. If you’re out driving this winter, be especially aware of children playing in the snow! #stayalert #pedestriansafety

Driving to the grocery store? Picking up a friend at the airport? Going to the mall? It doesn’t matter where you’re going, you’re seat belt can make sure you get there safely. #BuckleUp #ClickItOrTicket

Snow is coming to parts of NJ! Remember to clear your car off before hitting the road, it’s the LAW. If you must go out, allow ample stopping time and accelerate slowly. Ice and snow change tire traction and can make you lose control of your vehicle. #winterweather #WinterReadyNJ

24 deaths were caused in NJ in 2020 by drivers running red lights and stop signs. Remain alert and always #StopOnRed. #JerseyDrives

Rain showers are expected throughout the state beginning this afternoon and continuing overnight. It’s possible the rain may turn to snow in the north, especially in areas of higher elevation. Use caution, go slow & check http://511NJ.org for travel updates. #WinterReadyNJ

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