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 aimed at reducing pedestrian-motor vehicle crashes in New Jersey during the calendar year of 2020. Street Smart NJ is a collaborative effort between public, private and non-profit organizations. During the campaign, local police will be…

Jun 25

Clinton Pedestrian Safety Campaign

The Clinton Police Department, in collaboration with goHunterdon, the local nonprofit transportation management association, will work to educate motorists and pedestrians on their roles and responsibilities in maintaining a safe pedestrian environment. The campaign will focus on two key behaviors: • Speeding • Distraction (motorists and pedestrians) The police department kicked off its campaign June…

Jun 30

Flemington Pedestrian Safety Campaign

The Flemington Police Department, in collaboration with goHunterdon, the local nonprofit transportation management association, will work to educate motorists and pedestrians on safe behaviors. The campaign will focus on both Broad Street and Bonnell Street in response to community concerns.  Emphasis will be on the following key pedestrian safety behaviors: Obeying speed limits Distraction (motorists…

Sep 21

National Bike to Work Week

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National Bike to Work Week is being celebrated from September 21 through 27. According to the League of American Bicyclists, 40 percent of trips in the United States are less than two miles and could be made on a bicycle. Bike to Work Week and Bike to Work Day (September 22) are traditionally celebrated during…

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, crosswalk, or on a road, everyone is a pedestrian. In 2016, there were 5,987 pedestrians killed in traffic crashes in the United States (a 9 percent increase from 2015), which equates to a death every…