'See Tracks? Think Train!’ has been emblazoned onto one of Amtrak’s P-42 locomotives to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Operation Lifesaver, an organisation dedicated to railroad safety education.
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Operation Lifesaver, Inc., in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration, has announced $200,000 in grants to Operation Lifesaver programmes in 14 states.
Brightline's unique campaign is hoping to reduce the number of suicides by rail, following an increasing number of incidents since 2017.
Operation Lifesaver, Inc. and Operation Lifesaver Canada are working on the week-long event to encourage safe behaviour near and on railways.
Recent headlines and statistics suggest that many pedestrians and motorists do not understand the dangers of level crossings. Is the rail sector doing enough to help educate the public? With this year’s International Level Crossing Awareness Day (ILCAD) just around the corner, Global Railway Review takes a look at how…
Operation Lifesaver (OL) Canada – a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to preventing incidents at level crossings as a result of trespassing on railway property – has been working to find new and innovative ways to spread its rail safety message across the country. Sarah Mayes, OL’s National Director, provides more information.
There are 200,000 railroad crossings across the U.S. and only 80,000 emergency response vehicles travelling the nation's roads daily. Instead of adding more vehicles onto the roads and creating more pollution, responders should receive quality training…