State police are conducting increased traffic enforcement for New Year's holiday.
Additional troopers have been on the roads since midnight Dec. 30 at sobriety checkpoints and target areas. As of 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 31, police responded to 87 crashes, including eight with injury.
State police also made 10 driving under the influence arrests and issued 113 tickets for speeding, 10 for seatbelt violations and 237 tickets for hazardous moving violations like following too close or distracted driving and cell phone use.
There are also sobriety checkpoints around the state to combat drinking and driving through the New Year's holiday.
State police ask anyone who suspects seeing a drunken driver on the roads to call 911 to report it.