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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Upcoming Events

The Year End Impaired Driving crackdown “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” is scheduled for December 3, 2021-January 1, 2022.
The Distracted Driving crackdown “UDrive. UText. UPay.” is scheduled for April 1-30, 2022 and the seat belt enforcement mobilization “Click It or Ticket” is scheduled for May 23-June 5, 2022.

Recent News


The best way to predict your future is to create it. Take control of your destiny by NEVER driving distracted. Learn more: http://www.NJSafeRoads.com/Destiny #BeAWinnerBehindTheWheel #JustDrive

We want Halloween to be scary for all the right reasons. That’s why it’s so important for kids to wear reflective clothing or carry a flashlight, glow stick, or reflective bag. For more Halloween safety tips visit https://bit.ly/2XNR0FL

As we wrap up National Teen Driver Safety Week, we’d like to hear from you. Teens – how do you stay safe in the car? Parents - what tips do you share with your teens about safe driving? More: http://www.njsaferoads.com/sticktoit #StickToIt #TeenDriverSafety

Motorists: Make a point to slow down and be extra aware of children - even at different times than you may expect. #NSBSW2021

Parents/Students: If seat belts are available on the bus, BUCKLE UP! Stay seated and buckled until the bus stops completely at your stop before standing up. #NSBSW2021

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