Traffic Safety Concerns
The East Brunswick Police Department actively responds to complaints of ongoing speeding problems, traffic infractions, and view obstructions occurring within the Township of East Brunswick.
If you believe there is a speeding or other recurring traffic safety problem on your street or in your neighborhood, you may submit a request for directed enforcement.
If the nature of your complaint pertains to speeding, the Special Operations Section may set up its speed trailer in the problem area. This radar-equipped unit gives each passing vehicle a visual readout of its speed and reminds residents of what the actual posted speed limit is. Oftentimes, people simply don’t realize how fast they are going and deployment of the trailer serves to heighten awareness. The use of the trailer also enables the Special Operations Section to conduct unobtrusive traffic studies to determine if any changes such as additional traffic signals, signs, or traffic calming measures are needed.
We have made a Traffic Safety Complaint Form available online for your convenience. To report appropriate non-emergency traffic safety issues, please fill out this form or call the Special Operations Section at 732-390-6969.
Street Light Outages
Streetlights brighten up a community, keeping it attractive and safe. Help ensure streetlights are working as they should by reporting lights that are in need of repair. Most streetlight outages can be repaired within a few days, but sometimes it can take longer if equipment needs to be replaced.
If you notice a streetlight is out, please contact the appropriate energy service provider in your area.
PSE&G customers can report streetlight outages by calling 800-436-PSEG (7734) or log in to your PSE&G My Account.
JCP&L customers can report streetlight outages by calling 888-544-4877 or submitting a request on the JCP&L Report Lighting Problem webpage.