Happy Birthday Nassau County Traffic Safety Team

Hard to believe our youngest Community Traffic Safety Team is already 17 years old!

The Nassau County Traffic Safety Team was established on November 12, 2003 by the Northeast Florida Department of Transportation, District Two’s Community Traffic Safety Program. Together they work with local agencies, engineers, law enforcement, emergency services, educators, citizens and partners to help resolve traffic safety concerns on their roadways.

Watch Nassau CTST’s 17th Year Anniversary Celebration Video:

Towns and cities in Nassau County, include Fernandina Beach, Callahan, Yulee, Hilliard, and Amelia Island. This most northeastern county of Florida has a diverse roadway system traveling through coastal, rural and historic areas. We wish the Nassau County Traffic Safety Team a very “Happy Birthday” and appreciate all of the past and present members for their dedication to promoting traffic safety throughout their communities.

Happy Birthday Columbia County Traffic Safety Team

The Columbia Community Traffic Safety Team has been on the road to safety for 23 years!

Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, and Suwannee Counties have been part of FDOT’s Community Traffic Safety Program since August 21, 1997. For over two decades, local law enforcement, emergency service providers, engineers, educators, and partners have been dedicated to preventing crashes throughout their communities.

Watch Columbia CTST’s 23rd Year Anniversary Celebration Video:


A heartfelt “Happy Birthday” and “Thank You” to everyone on this multi-county team, past and present, for their continued support and commitment to promoting traffic safety. Together we make a difference.

Occupant Protection

Seat belt usage remains the most effective way to reduce injuries and fatalities from crashes on our roadways. The Northeast Florida Community Traffic Safety Team continues to promote occupant protection and buckling up as not just a safety tool, but as a safe lifestyle.

New 2020 Buckle Up Campaign Graphics

Three new 11×17 “buckle up” poster designs.

With several recent fatalities involving passengers that were not wearing their seat belts in Northeast Florida, we feel it’s even more imperative to continue to promote strong occupant protection messaging. This basic reminder to always buckle up for every car ride is carried through in all three design themes:

Three new 2’x5′ “buckle up” banner designs.

Help make buckling up more than a trend or necessity because “It’s the law.” Share these occupant protection social media graphics and together we can make wearing seat belts a way of life for everyone. Please tag us @trafficsafetyteam on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, or @trafficsafetyfl on Twitter and Pinterest. Hashtag #buckleupflorida #trafficsafetyteam

Buckle Up – Social Media Files:


Buckle Up – District Two Order Forms:

We have the new “Buckle Up” artwork printed as 11″x17″ posters and 2’x5′ banners. All full-color and beautiful to display. They are available for our Northeast Florida Traffic Safety Team members, partners, organizations, and our local communities.


Additional Occupant Protection Resources:

For more information about occupant protection and our other traffic safety campaigns, please visit:

Happy Birthday to St Johns County’s Traffic Safety Team

Enjoy a walk down memory lane with St. Johns’ Community Traffic Safety Team!

St. Johns County’s CTST was established on June 26, 1997. We’re celebrating their 23 years of working to keep roadways safe from the beaches to rural communities.

Watch St. Johns CTST’s 23rd Year Anniversary Celebration Video:

St. Johns County in Northeast Florida spans from the Atlantic Ocean at St. Augustine Beach and Ponte Vedra Beach, through historic Saint Augustine, past many new developments including Nocatee and World Golf Village areas, and ending in beautiful farmlands and rural communities. They are dedicated to improving traffic safety for residents and vacationers enjoying one of Florida’s best destinations.

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.