Whatever your method of commuting, remember to think SAFETY FIRST. Use the helpful links below to learn more about traveling safely on bike, foot, public transit, or car(pooling).

Additional Safety Resources



Bicycle Safety for Children (English)

Bicycle Safety for Children (Spanish)

Bike Safety Videos:
Tips on Selecting a Bike
The Importance of a Helmet
Obey the Rules of the Road
Tips When Riding at Night
Before You Ride Perform, A-B-C
Tips on Staying Safe


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Engineering Resources on Traffic Calming Measures by the Institute of Transportation Engineers

Pedestrian Safety – Quick Guide
Pedestrian Safety Training Guide

Pedestrian Safety – Training Guide
Pedestrian Safety Training Guide

NHTSA page for the latest information on Crash Ratings, Recalls, Car Seat Safety, Tire Ratings, and New Safety Technology

Road to Zero Presents Plan to Eliminate Roadway Deaths

Important School Bus Safety Information from the National Highway Safety Administration

Spanish-language version of the Street Smart NJ public service announcement, “It Pays to Be Street Smart.”

Hispanic Buckle Up Toolkit

U.S Department of Transportation

NHSTA Kids and Bicycle Safety

FHWA Safety Program – A Large, Extensive Site Dedicated to Reducing Highway Fatalities. An invaluable resource for pedestrians and commuters
FHWA Highway Safety Imporvement Program
Local & Rural Road Safety
Roadway Departure Safety
Intersection Safety
Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety
Speed Management Safety

National Center for Safe Routes to School


NHSTA Kids and Bicycle Safety

Traffic Safety Information from South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization
South Jersey Traffic Safety Alliance
Helping to “move people safely” in Atlantic, Cape May,
Cumberland and Salem Counties

(“Operation Lifesaver”, important information
about safety around trains and railroads)

United States Department of Labor, Occupational Safety & Health Administration –
Programs & Resources

National Safety Council, educate & influence people to prevent accidental injury & death

Transportation Safety
Insitute of transportation Engineers
presnts safety tips for transportation

Four Distracted Driving Myths
When it comes to the realities surrounding distracted driving, can you separate myth from fact?
Take a look at this infographic to find out.

Traffic Safety Facts: Distracted Driving
Distracted Driving nots from 2011 gathered by the National
Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Check out PennDOT’s Youtube page for videos abou safety

Traffic Safety Facts: Pedestrians
Check out this publication on traffic safety facts for pedestrians

Pedestrian Campaign on LBI
Check out StreetSmart, New Jersey’s pedestrian safety program.

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