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  10/3 - New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety Invites Drivers, Pedestrians, and Bikers Across the State to Join National “Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day” on October 10 - Annual One-Day Safety Campaign Aims for Zero Traffic Fatalities Nationwide
  08/30 - Division of Highway Traffic Safety, Department of Education Call for Increased Vigilance on Roadways as Students Head Back to School - Stopping for School Buses Loading and Unloading Children Vital to Student Safety
  8/9 - Division of Highway Traffic Safety Announces More Than $500,000 for Statewide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Traffic Safety Campaign - 110 Towns Receive Funding for Participation in Statewide Law Enforcement Clampdown on Impaired Driving – Runs August 16-September 3
  5/21 - Attorney General Grewal, Division of Highway Traffic Safety Announce “101 Days of Summer” Traffic Safety Campaign Ahead of Busy Summer Travel Season - Three-Month Initiative Aimed at Preventing Crashes, Saving Lives on NJ Roadways
  MARK YOUR CALENDARS: May 21st, 2019, The New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety invites the public to attend the 101 Days of Summer Traffic Safety Event and Press Conference from 1-3 PM at the Asbury Park Convention Hall.”  
  5/14 - Division of Highway Announces Annual “Click It or Ticket” Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign Ahead of Summer Travel Season - NJ Law Enforcement Agencies to Join Nationwide Crackdown on Drivers and Passengers Who Don’t Buckle Up
  4/11 - AAA Mid-Atlantic, Lawmakers, and Traffic Safety Partners Launch Distracted Driving Campaign: “DON’T DRIVE INTOXICATED. DON’T DRIVE INTEXTICATED.”
  4/1 - New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety Announces Kickoff of “U Drive. U Text. U Pay.” Statewide Enforcement Action - Campaign Launch Marks Start of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
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