Buckle Up Religiously

The slogan, Buckle Up Religiously, has been part of our ongoing occupant protection campaign for over a decade. This year we are introducing a new Buckle Up Religiously graphic and will be distributing posters and banners throughout our Northeast Florida communities.

Click to download and share this important traffic safety message.
Please tag us on social media: @trafficsafetyteam or @trafficsafetyfl Hashtag: #buckleupreligiously

New 2020 Buckle Up Religiously Social Media Graphic

If you knew of something you could do every day that would almost guarantee to save you and your family from possible loss of life or serious injury, wouldn’t you do it? Then buckle up every time you and your family get in the car.

Buckling up is still the most effective and immediate way to save lives and reduce injuries from crashes on our roadways. Did you know that…

  • Chances are someone you know will be involved in a vehicle crash this year.
  • You are twice as likely to be severely injured or killed when unbuckled.
  • A child unrestrained in a 30 MPH crash is like a child dropped from a third-story window.

One Click Does The Trick… So wear your seat belt and secure all children in the proper child safety seat.

Buckle Up Religiously! For your family. For yourself. For life.

Here are a couple of our previous Buckle Up Religiously pieces created by your Northeast Florida Department of Transportation’s Community Traffic Safety Program. The printed materials were popular handouts and inserts into local church bulletins. Feel free to share this tip card and flyer. @trafficsafetyteam #buckleupreligiously

Buckle Up Religiously Traffic Safety Tip Card
Buckle Up Religiously Tip Card from 2015
Buckle Up Religiously Flyer from 2012

For more traffic safety information, tips and resources please visit our Occupant Protection – Buckle Up webpage and Child Passenger Safety – Car Seat Crusaders.

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Virtual Volunteer

Be a Community Traffic Safety Team “Virtual Volunteer” – It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.

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A few minutes of your time to share important traffic safety reminders could help save a life.

  • Step 1. Like and follow us on social media.
  • Step 2. Share and repost traffic safety tips.
  • Step 3. Invite others in your network to like and follow too.

Connect with the Northeast Florida Community Traffic Safety Team on social media!

Volunteering without being physically present is not new. For years, volunteers have been off-site and have used the telephone, fax and postal mail to communicate. However, the revolution in information technology has opened up many new possibilities for volunteering and giving back to your community.

Even prior to the COVID-19 healthcare crisis and social distancing, there has been an increase in working from home. Virtual volunteering is a wonderful way to take advantage of contributing volunteer work over the internet. Social media has opened the door to expand the reach of our traffic safety tips and campaigns.

Benefits of being a Traffic Safety Team Virtual Volunteer:

  • Increase community awareness.
  • Minimal investment of your time.
  • Flexible to your schedule with no time constraints.
  • Easy and feels good to send positive messages.
  • Help reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities on your local roadways.
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Thank you for your time and consideration!

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Happy Birthday to Putnam County’s Traffic Safety Team

Celebrating over two decades with Putnam’s Community Traffic Safety Team!

Putnam County’s CTST was first established on May 6, 1998. They are a great part of our rural Community Traffic Safety Program in Northeast Florida Department of Transportation, District Two.

Enjoy Putnam CTST’s 22nd Year Anniversary Celebration Video:

Thank you for your hard work and loyalty – spanning over two decades – and for making Putnam County a safer place to live, work and play.

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Happy Birthday to Alachua County’s Traffic Safety Team

Celebrating Alachua’s Community Traffic Safety Team – Our very first CTST! 

Alachua County’s CTST was established 26 years ago. They were the first team organized as part of the Florida Department of Transportation District Two’s Community Traffic Safety Program.

26 Year Anniversary Celebration Video of the Alachua/Gilchrist/Levy CTST:

The Alachua CTST has been on the road to safety since April 28, 1994, and has since expanded to include Gilchrist and Levy Counties. Through the years, team members have promoted traffic safety throughout north central Florida. From the big University of Florida “college town” of Gainesville to many rural towns and cities, Alachua County’s Traffic Safety Team covers a diverse variety of roadway concerns. Through community events, on-going educational programs and projects, they help improve awareness and reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes.

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Happy Birthday to Clay County’s Traffic Safety Team

Celebrating the 20th Birthday of Clay County’s Community Traffic Safety Team (CTST)!

Clay County’s CTST was established on April 25, 2000. Their team is part of the FDOT’s District Two Community Traffic Safety Program in Northeast Florida.

20 Year Anniversary Celebration Video for Clay County CTST:

Over the last two decades, the Clay CTST has worked to improve their local roadways and solve traffic safety concerns. The Traffic Safety Team’s efforts to promote traffic safety are seen throughout Orange Park, Green Cove Springs, Middleburg, Fleming Island, Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. The team members consists of dedicated volunteers, law enforcement, first responders, local leaders, educators, and engineers, all working together with state assistance to reduce local traffic-related fatalities and injuries in their Clay County community.

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