Ocean County Law Enforcement Strictly Patrolling Routes 35 And 37

(Photo courtesy of Jason Rojas/Flickr)
(Photo courtesy of Jason Rojas/Flickr)

OCEAN COUNTY – Law enforcement agencies plan to conduct a Route 35 and 37 roving DUI enforcement for the weekend of March 9 to be pro-active about preventing accidents and traffic violations, according to Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato.

The boundaries will be Route 35 from Seaside Park Borough to Point Pleasant Beach and Route 37 from Seaside Heights to Manchester Township. This area comprises 11 municipal jurisdictions, and will involve the following police departments:

  • Seaside Heights Police Department
  • Seaside Park Police Department
  • Toms River Police Department
  • Lavallette Police Department
  • Brick Police Department
  • Berkeley Township Police Department
  • Mantoloking Police Department
  • Bay Head Police Department
  • Point Pleasant Beach Police Department
  • Manchester Police Department
  • Lakehurst Police Department
  • Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Ocean County Sheriff’s Department
  • NJ State Police Troop “C” Tactical Patrol Unit & D.U.I. Enforcement Patrol

Patrols will be strictly enforcing driving while under the influence, aggressive driving, improper/unsafe turning, failing to yield, failing to keep right, improper passing, inattentive driving, disregard of traffic signals, excessive speed, following too closely and various commercial carrier violations such as overweight, equipment maintenance and inadequate brake pressure. These violations are all common causes for accidents.

Look out for approximately six signs that will be posted on March 9, alerting drivers that “Traffic Enforcement Detail in Effect” and to “Obey All Traffic Laws”.