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Working To Make Our Streets Safer

Street Smart NJ is a public education campaign coordinated by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority that aims to raise awareness of pedestrian and motorist laws and change the behaviors that lead to pedestrian and cyclist crashes and fatalities.

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Bringing Awareness To Pedestrians and Motorists across NJ

 

Where We Work

 

Click on your respective county to explore the municipalities and organizations that have participated in Street Smart NJ

 

Latest Updates

Video: Be Street Smart This Summer

Even during the COVID-19 pandemic towns are working with us to improve pedestrian safety this summer and you can help. Check out our video to see how we can all make our streets safer.

Posted July 24, 2020Blog

Reports: Summer Campaigns Aim to Reduce Crashes

The Monmouth Journal, Jersey Shore Online and The SandPaper wrote about the Street Smart NJ summer campaign that kicked of…

Posted July 23, 2020News

Police Departments Across NJ Launch Summer Pedestrian Safety Campaigns

Police Departments along the Jersey Shore and throughout New Jersey are working to raise awareness about pedestrian safety this summer…

Posted July 17, 2020Blog

 

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Jan 30

Fair Lawn Pedestrian Safety Campaign

Police Chief Glen Cauwels announced today that Fair Lawn will be conducting a Street Smart NJ pedesrtrian safety education campaign…

Sep 21

National Bike to Work Week

National Bike to Work Week is being celebrated from September 21 through 27. According to the League of American Bicyclists,…

Oct 1

Pedestrian Safety Awareness Month

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has designated October as Pedestrian Safety Month. Whether it be in a parking lot,…

 

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Partnering With Street Smart NJ

If you’re interested in implementing the Street Smart NJ campaign in your area, fill out the form below and an NJTPA official will reach out to help you get started.

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