While Labor Day is usually made up of celebrating, safety must still play a part. State Police say that there have been 337 motor vehicle fatalities in New Jersey so far this year. Those deaths are comprised of 187 drivers, 59 passengers, 80 pedestrians, and 11 pedalcyclists. The State Police will continue to target drivers and their passengers who are not wearing seat belts, including children not properly secured in approved child restraint safety seats. More than half of the traffic fatalities in the state come from unbelted occupants.