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It only takes one text or call to cause a crash and change your life forever. Important reminder from
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William Yarzab Aug 17
Beautiful day at the โ€œCops N Roddersโ€ Car Show. Thanks for supporting pedestrian safety and the campaigns by displaying our sign!
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Street Smart NJ Aug 12
Cyclist Safety Tip: Ride with the flow of traffic.
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Street Smart NJ Aug 16
Pedestrian safety tip: Cross the street at crosswalks, corners, or intersections when all cars have stopped.
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Street Smart NJ Aug 14
Set an example for children by being safe when driving and walking. Obey speed limits, avoid distractions, use crosswalks and teach children to look both ways before crossing. Drive Smart. Walk Smart.
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Street Smart NJ Aug 13
Rain can decrease visibility and create dangerous road conditions. Avoid distractions and take is slow today.
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Mask *maskemoji* May 29
Replying to @njstreetsmart
Pedestrian Safety Tip: When there aren't sidewalks, walk safely into traffic lanes in large groups with signs demanding provision of pedestrian infrastructure and the deprioritization of automobile specific infrastructure.
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TransOptions Jun 27
Click here to read more about the current pedestrian safety campaign in Morristown, safety tips for the summer, the upcoming New Jersey Smart Workplace deadline and more!
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GMTMA Jul 16
We just received this at the office and we had to share. It is called "Speed Limit on Mercer Street" by Will K., age 8 from Princeton. We hope you will slow down and watch out for Will & other children walking and biking on Mercer St & not only. Thank you Will!
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Replying to @njstreetsmart
Does not mean they're going to stop.
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Street Smart NJ Aug 16
An analysis of eight recent Street Smart NJ campaigns found we are making roads safer! This includes 60% more drivers stopping for people trying to cross before turning right on red or at a stop sign. Read about the results on our blog:
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William Yarzab Jul 27
Another PD added to the growing number of Street Smart NJ Pedestrian Safety program communities- Welcome Oceanport PD and Chief Kelly!
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Street Smart NJ Aug 14
Great work ! Pedestrian decoy, or Cops in the Crosswalks, programs like this help police enforce the law and remind drivers that they must stop for people in crosswalks.
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S.T. Bikes KC Jul 12
Replying to @njstreetsmart
Publishing Safety Tip: Do not post stupid victim blaming and lazy headlines. Think before posting online. Heads up, phones down drivers. It is always the driver's responsibility not to hit someone!
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EyeOnLodi Feb 26
Replying to @njstreetsmart
I would wish all drivers would heed your advice. I see too many distracted drivers texting or talking on their cell phones when Iโ€™m on the road.
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KeepMiddlesexMoving May 22
The time between the Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day - known as the 101 Days of Summer - is considered to be the busiest and most dangerous travel period of the year. This season, be safe and responsible - whether on foot, on a bike, or in a car!
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The Robinson Agency Jun 2
NJโ€™s pedestrian injury and fatality rate is nearly double the national average. Together, we can get to zero fatalities by driving smart and walking smart. Learn more at
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Street Smart NJ Aug 9
Your speed can mean the difference between stopping in time or being in a fatal crash. Slow down for safety.
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Street Smart NJ Aug 8
Driver Safety Tip: Stop for surfers and all people crossing in marked crosswalks and at intersections โ€” it's the law. Learn more about NJ's pedestrian safety-related laws at
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NJTPA Aug 6
In recognition of National Night Out thank a police officer for keeping our communities and roadways safe. Police officers help make our program a success!
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