Middlesex County Debuts Comprehensive Traffic Safety Web Site

MIDDLESEX COUNTY – The new Middlesex County Comprehensive Traffic Safety Web site is a one-stop shop for all traffic safety concern or road information, including tips for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists. The web site, http://mctrafficsafety.com, also enables users to report road repair issues and provides a list of all traffic safety events within Middlesex County.

Freeholder H. James Polos, chair of the county’s Public Safety and Health Committee, debuted the web site at the Freeholders’ regular meeting Thursday night.

Links to various county offices, the state and each of the county’s 25 municipalities provide access to the individual sites so that users can report a traffic safety or road repair problem on any local, county or state road within Middlesex County

“Assimilating the three Es of traffic safety — Enhancement, Enforcement and Education — Middlesex County’s Traffic Safety Web site offers a one-stop shop for information: safety tips, safety data, traffic safety events and reporting roadway concerns and problems,” Polos said.

“Whether you are a driver or passenger, pedestrian or cyclist, our new Comprehensive Traffic Safety Web is an incredibly useful tool,” said David Gregor, Middlesex County’s CTSP Coordinator. “Not only have we assembled valuable tips and data, we offer information on all types of programs and events and are even making it easier to help keep our roads in top condition by giving users an easy path to report a problem.”

The Web site is funded through grants from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety and Keep Middlesex Moving (KMM), the County’s transportation management association. The site was developed in partnership with KMM.

Users can access the site by visiting http://mctrafficsafety.com. Starting in March, users will be able to access the site through the KMM Web site, www.kmm.org.

“This traffic safety web site is a great resource for everyone who uses Middlesex County’s vast network of roads. It offers timely, useful information that will go a long way in increasing the safety of our residents and visitors,” said Freeholder Director Christopher D. Rafano.

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