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Location

Location:

Secaucus Police Annex
5000 Riverside Station Blvd
Floor 1
M- F 7:00am - 7:00pm

Contact Information

Traffic Division:

Capt. Carlos Goyenechea - Commander

Phone: (201) 809-4603

 

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The Secaucus Police Department’s Traffic Division utilizes state of the art equipment such as speed laser/radar enforcement, electronic data mapping instruments and electronic speed and volume counters to continue improving the safety and effective flow of motor vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic on our public roadways. The Traffic Division is responsible for investigating motor vehicle crashes with the potential for serious bodily injury and/or death.  Traffic crash analysis is conducted to identify the problem roadways and causes to help reduce the total number of crashes per year. 

The Traffic Division handles complaints and performs traffic studies to identify roadway deficiencies and determine a possible solution to help increase the efficiency and safety of both public and private roadways. Street signs and lane markings are inspected to ensure compliance with the New Jersey State Department of Transportation regulations. The Traffic Division is responsible for parking enforcement throughout The Town of Secaucus.  Parking Enforcement Officers ensure that drivers are parking safely both on the roadway and on private property. 

The Traffic Division regulates, trains and evaluate the crossing guards for the Town of Secaucus to provide a safe passage for our school children.  School routes are routinely monitored to ensure that the crossing guard posts are safe and practical. 

The Town of Secaucus has over 14 different parks which are secured by our Park Attendants.  The Traffic Division ensures that the parks are well kept and maintained for our children. 

Together with the Patrol Division, the Traffic Division’s main goal is to keep the roadways, parks and children safe and to reduce the number of serious crashes by providing education, engineering and enforcement within our community.

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