New Jersey launches 'See Something, Say Something' campaign reminding drivers to be aware of their surroundings

Drivers in New Jersey may see “See Something, Say Something” signs more frequently when driving along the state's major interstates. The signs are to remind drivers to remain vigilant and report potential threats and suspicious activity related to terrorism or other criminal activity.
This is part of the State Homeland Security and the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s "See Something, Say Something" campaign that kicked off this month.
"Safety and security are everyone's responsibility," said NJDOT Commissioner and NJ Turnpike Authority Chair Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti. "Using Variable Message Signs on the New Jersey Turnpike and our Interstate Highways will help remind millions of motorists if they 'See Something, Say Something' when driving through our State."
The signs will target drivers during the morning and afternoon rush hours seven days per week from Sept. 1, 2023, through Feb. 17, 2024.