Ulster County Traffic Safety Board

"The Traffic Safety Board shall advance traffic and transportation safety, including pedestrian and nonmotorized transport, through study, advocacy and public education in accord with the provisions of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law and local law and perform other duties that may be assigned to it by the County Executive and the Legislature. The Board shall further prioritize safety concerns based on relative risk to people using major modes of transportation such as walking, cycling and/or other nonmotorized and motorized transport." Article XL § C-120 of the Ulster County Charter

Ulster County Traffic Safety Programs may include, but are not limited to:

  • Selective Enforcement
  • Traffic Studies-collect local crash data and analyze
  • Speed Watch Program--radar
  • Child Restraint Enforcement, Training & Clinics, and Occupant Protection Training
  • Railroad Safety Program
  • Bicycle Safety Training, Helmets, Rodeos, and Pedestrian Safety
  • School Bus Safe Stop, School Bus Safety, and Walking Your Children to School Safety Program
  • "Buckle Up New York" Seat Belt Enforcement and Training
  • Highway Engineering Review
  • Drowsy Driver Program
  • Aggressive Driving
  • Liaison DWI Program
  • Senior Driver 55+ Alive
  • Defensive Driving
  • Ulster County Traffic Operations and Public Safety Committee (TOPS)
  • Ulster County Transportation Council (UCTC)

See also services offered through the Ulster County Driving Safety Institute at UCCC

  • Motorcycle Safety Training and Licensing
  • Confined Space Training
  • NYS DMV Drunk Driver Retraining
  • Fork Lift Operator Training
  • HAZMAT Training
  • OSHA Training
  • Construction Site Flagger Training Program
  • Latino Outreach Safety Program
  • Safe Community Programs

Brian Slack, Coordinator of Traffic Safety 

Ulster County Transportation Council
Ulster County Planning Department 
244 Fair Street
Kingston, NY 1241
Phone: 845-334-5590