The District 2 Community Traffic Safety Project provides educational and law enforcement outreach to help reduce traffic crashes; and the injuries and deaths associated with them. The program covers a nine-county area of central and north central Pennsylvania and includes the counties of Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, McKean, Mifflin, Juniata, and Potter.
This program provides training within the District 2 schools as well as public outreach. The focus of this program includes: counter measures to reduce Aggressive Driving, increasing Seat Belt usage, reduction of Impaired Driving, Distracted Driving awareness, Heavy Truck issues, Motorcycle awareness, Pedestrian and Bicycle issues, Younger Driver issues, and Older Driver issues. The program also interfaces with the police and the minor judiciary to foster highway safety awareness through better enforcement efforts. The program Coordinator also serves the Region 5 Aggressive Driving Coordinator. The program also works with other safety partners working to achieve the goal of making Pennsylvania’s highways safer for all.