Ulster County Traffic Safety Board

Ulster County Traffic Safety Board

The Ulster County Traffic Safety Board is mandated by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. The Board is comprised of 12 voting members and one Chairman. Reporting to the Ulster County Legislature, Public Safety Committee and New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, the Board is charged with promoting and overseeing traffic safety throughout Ulster County. The Board is a member of the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee, New York State Association of Traffic Safety Boards, and the Ulster County Police Chiefs Association.

Ulster County Traffic Safety Programs

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)

Mid-Hudson Health and Safety Institute SAFE Communities Programs

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

Mid-Hudson Health and Safety Institute SAFE Communities
Pam Wanning, Director
c/o Ulster County Community College
PO Box 557
Stone Ridge, NY 12484-0557
Phone: 845-687-5014
Office Hours: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday-Friday


380 Boulevard
Ulster County Law Enforcement Center
Kingston, NY, 12401

Fax: 845-334-5561

Hours of Service:

9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Monday-Friday