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Operation Lifesaver campaign targets risky behavior near tracks

Rail| April 9, 2014
The See Tracks? Think Train! campaign highlights common risks drivers and pedestrians take each day, such as trying to beat a train at a grade crossing and walking on railroad tracks through bilingual television, radio, print and billboard advertisements.

Operation Lifesaver's 'See Tracks? Think Train!' campaign

Rail| April 9, 2014

The campaign highlights common risks drivers and pedestrians take each day, such as trying to beat a train at a grade crossing and walking on railroad tracks through bilingual television, radio, print and billboard advertisements.

Bus| January 2, 2014

OCTA launches bus safety campaign

A series of videos, contests and social media messaging encourages riders to “Be a Safety Hero!” by watching four short bus safety videos and taking a quiz. Their responses are entered into a drawing that randomly awards one 30-day bus pass each week through Jan. 31.
Rail| August 7, 2013

Rail safety grants awarded to 8 agencies

Innovative projects will teach riders, drivers and pedestrians around the country some valuable lessons on interacting safely with transit tracks.
Rail| January 14, 2011

Operation Lifesaver launches Chicago safety campaign

The television safety campaign, targeting 18 to 34 year olds and Hispanic viewers, is aimed at preventing vehicle-train tragedies in the Chicago area, where crossing incidents increased in 2010.
Rail| February 5, 2010

L.A. Metro, P.D., Sheriff's Dept. promote safety

The focus was on violators running red lights, making illegal left turns and pedestrian jaywalking. While there has been a steady decline in train versus vehicle accidents on the Metro Blue Line, the level of pedestrian accidents has remained stagnant.
Bus| October 26, 2009

U.S. DOT launches Safety Council

Secretary LaHood created the Safety Council to serve that broad-based safety leadership role and help break down organizational stovepipes, enabling an even stronger safety culture.
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