Level Crossing Safety supplement

Posted: 2 October 2015 | | No comments yet

In our latest free-to-view Level Crossing Safety Supplement, the topic of tackling misuse is covered by Infrabel and Irish Rail, and the British Transport Police highlight their efforts to make level crossings even safer…

Level crossing safety supplement 5 2015
  • Infrabel’s replacement, renewal and awareness-raising strategy
    Infrabel, the Belgian railway infrastructure manager, continually works to improve safety at level crossings in its network. For Global Railway Review, Ann Billiau, Infrabel Director of Traffic Management & Services, sets out the strategic priorities and describes recent measures concerning level crossings in Belgium…
  • Irish Rail’s 10-year asset strategy for userworked level crossings
    The Irish Rail network has a large number of user-worked level crossings which present great dangers. As Irish Rail’s Technical Manager Cathal Mangan explains, a 10-year plan has been developed to help improve safety and reduce risks at these level crossings…
  • British Transport Police efforts continue to make level crossings even safer
    The British Transport Police (BTP) continues to build on the work that has already been undertaken to fundamentally look at the way in which they deal with and report incidents at railway level crossings. Becky Warren, Inspector for Fatality Management and Disruption at the BTP, explores further…

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