New York City Police Department Transportation Bureau

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The NYPD Transportation Bureau is one of the nine bureaus that comprise the New York City Police Department and is currently headed by Bureau Chief Thomas M. Chan 3 Gold Stars.svg

The Transportation Bureau's responsibilities include traffic enforcement, traffic management, and highway safety.

Units within the New York City Police Department Transportation Bureau include the:

  • Traffic Management Center
  • TrafficStat Unit
  • Investigations Unit
  • Highway Patrol
    • Highway Unit 1 (Bronx and Manhattan)
      • Collision Investigation Squad
      • Collision Technician Group
    • Highway Unit 2 (Brooklyn)
      • Collision Investigation Squad
      • Collision Technician Group
    • Highway Unit 3 (Queens)
      • Collision Investigation Squad
      • Collision Technician Group
    • Highway Unit 5 (Staten Island)
      • Collision Investigation Squad
  • Traffic Operations District
    • Special Events Unit
    • Citywide Traffic Task Force
      • Citywide Traffic Task Force Auxiliary Unit
    • Bus Unit
    • Taxi Unit
  • Traffic Enforcement District
    • Intersection Control Section
      • North Intersection Control
      • South Intersection Control
    • Tow Operations Section
      • Manhattan Tow Pound Unit
      • Bronx Tow Pound Unit
      • Brooklyn Tow Pound Unit
      • Queens Tow Pound Unit
    • Traffic Special Operations Section
      • Construction Compliance Unit
      • Intersection Response & Special Events Unit
        • Mobile Response Unit
      • Truck Enforcement Unit
      • Highway Emergency Local Patrol Unit
    • Manhattan Summons Enforcement Section
      • Manhattan South Traffic Enforcement Unit
      • Manhattan North Traffic Enforcement Unit
    • Citywide Boro Summons Enforcement Section
      • Bronx East Traffic Enforcement Unit
      • Bronx West Traffic Enforcement Unit
      • Brooklyn South Traffic Enforcement Unit
      • Brooklyn North Traffic Enforcement Unit
      • Queens South Traffic Enforcement Unit
      • Queens North Traffic Enforcement Unit
      • Staten Island Traffic Enforcement Unit

The Transportation Bureau also included the Transit Division from 1997 to 1999. That division was upgraded to bureau status, as it once had from 1995 to 1997 and again in 1999.

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