Program Facilitator, Child Safety Seat Car Technician
Cynthia Brown is the Executive Director of the New York Coalition for Transportation Safety, a non-profit, statewide organization established in 1982. The Coalition was founded jointly by the Medical Society of the State of New York and the American Association for Automotive Medicine originally to gain passage of the seat belt use law in New York State.
Mrs. Brown's current mission is to design and implement programs that reduce injuries and fatalities resulting from motor vehicle crashes including pedestrian and bicycle safety. She is the administrator of the Queens County Traffic Safety Program, which focuses upon pedestrian and bicycle safety programming for children, teens, developmentally disabled teens and older adults including new immigrants in high risk areas. Programming takes place within schools, churches, hospitals and community centers. Mrs. Brown also conducts bicycle safety programs in Nassau County for Latino adults who use their bicycle as their main means of transportation.
Mrs. Brown also works collaboratively with several local agencies to reduce the incidences of drunk driving, distracted driving and risky behaviors engaged by novice drivers. She is secretary of the Queens Traffic Safety Board and a member of the Nassau County Traffic Safety Board, the Nassau County Child Fatality Review Team, and the Long Island Teenage Safety Coalition.
Lynne Margaret Brown
What We Do / Services
Due to restraints resulting from the Covid 19 virus, we are currently unable to assist with the in person inspection of car seats. We will, however, attempt to help parents and caregivers, either by phone or virtually, whenever possible. To expedite this process we ask that you complete the Virtual Car Seat Check - Pre Check Form
Click on the follow link:
or download the pdf below.
Please fill out both pages and return this form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will call you to set up a mutually convenient appointment.
If you need further information please call 516-571-9664 or the Child Passenger Safety Line, Monday-Friday 11AM to 3PM to leave a message.