Rail Safety

Walking or playing on train tracks is dangerous and illegal.  It is a shared responsibility to stay safer around tracks and trains at all time. 

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 10 Tips To Save Your Life:

* Walking or playing on train tracks is dangerous and illegal

* Be prepared to stop at crossings

* Cross train tracks at designated highway/railroad crossings

* Look for crossbuck sign, lights or gates at crossings

* Listen for warning bells and whistles

* Obey the signals

* If one train passes, make sure that a second train isn't approaching on another track in   the same or opposite direction

* Obey the directions of a police officer or member of a train crew directing traffic at a crossing

* Cross the tracks in low gear; do not change gears while crossing

* If your vehicle stalls on the tracks, get out quickly and away from the vehicle and tracks

*Tips courtesy of CN Rail and Operation Lifesaver

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