Division of Highway Traffic Safety

HTS Grants

HTS Grants

Introduction

The NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety offers, on an annual basis, federal grant funding to agencies that wish to undertake programs designed to reduce motor vehicle crashes, injuries, and fatalities on the roads of New Jersey. Municipal, county, state government and law enforcement agencies, as well as non-profit organizations, are encouraged to apply for NJDHTS grant funding to address specific, local traffic safety issues.

NOTICE OF AVAILABLITY OF FUNDING:
Motor Vehicle Snow and Ice Removal Safety Fund
Pedestrian Safety, Enforcement and Education Fund
State and Community Highway Safety Grant

Note: Grant funding will only be awarded to programs that are in line with federal and state traffic safety priorities.Note: Qualifying nonprofit organizations are eligible to receive funding for certain non-enforcement programs approved by the Director of the Division of Highway Traffic Safety. Grant applications for Federal Fiscal Year 2021 commencing on October 1, 2020 will be accepted until April 30, 2020.

The Division awards full-year traffic safety grants according to the federal fiscal calendar (October 1-September 30). Grants of a shorter timeframe are also awarded to support statewide enforcement mobilizations (for example: Click It or TicketDrive Sober or Get Pulled Over and U Drive. U Text. U Pay)

Note: The deadline to submit a grant application for FY2021 (October 1, 2020 – September 30, 2021) is April 30, 2020.

Please click below on your respective region for more information on regional priorities for FY2021 and a list of available grant programs.

North Region
(Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Warren)
Central Region
(Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Somerset, Union)
South Region
(Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem)

Drunk Driving Enforcement Fund (DDEF)

Under New Jersey State Statute 39:4-50.8, police departments are entitled to $95 of the $100 surcharge resulting from a drunk driving conviction in their community. At least 50% of the grant must be used for overtime patrols, checkpoints, or court proceedings related to drunk driving enforcement. The remainder of the grant can be used to purchase equipment, provide training and other tasks related to drunk driving enforcement. These purchases must receive prior approval from the Director of the NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety. For further information on the administration of the Drunk Driving Enforcement Fund, contact Paul Groffie at 609-376-9707 or Paul.Groffie@njoag.gov.
DDEF Grant Application
DDEF Fund Availability
DDEF Program Summary

Motor Vehicle Snow and Ice Removal Safety Fund

The Motor Vehicle Snow and Ice Removal Safety Fund is a separate, non-lapsing, dedicated account. All fines imposed and collected as a result of enforcement of N.J.S.A. 39:4-77.1 shall be deposited into the Fund. Monies in the account are used to develop a grant program that private companies can use to purchase, install, and maintain equipment and technology to remove snow and ice from commercial motor vehicles.
Snow and Ice Removal Equipment Grant Application
Snow and Ice Removal Equipment Current Locations

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