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Operation Lifesaver Releases First of 12 Online Tuesday Train Track Trivia Games to Celebrate Its 50th Anniversary

By Operation Lifesaver

WASHINGTON, DC, January 4, 2022 – Operation Lifesaver, the national non-profit rail safety education organization, is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2022. Today, the Operation Lifesaver, Inc. (OLI) national office releases the first of 12 monthly interactive online Tuesday Train Track Trivia games to celebrate #50YearsofRailSafety.

“Every three hours in the United States, a person or vehicle is hit by a train. Each month during our 50th Anniversary in 2022, Operation Lifesaver is releasing a new Tuesday Train Track Trivia online rail safety game and challenging people to test their knowledge of rail safety and train trivia,” said OLI Executive Director Rachel Maleh. “Tuesday Train Track Trivia is a fun way to see how much you know about staying safe around railroad tracks and trains! We encourage everyone to go to each month for the newest game and to share these games with friends and family.” 

Tuesday Train Track Trivia players compete to see how many questions they can correctly answer, to include: 

  • Recognizing rail safety signs and signals  
  • Answering questions on railroad history 
  • Knowing what to do in rail safety scenarios 

After completing the game, players may play again to improve their score. 

“Operation Lifesaver offers free rail safety presentations in communities across the country. Visit today to request a presentation, find additional rail safety materials, connect with your state coordinator or learn how to become a volunteer. Together, we can stop track tragedies,” Maleh concluded. 


About Operation Lifesaver 

Operation Lifesaver, which this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of its founding in 1972, is a non-profit public safety education and awareness organization dedicated to reducing collisions, fatalities and injuries at highway-rail crossings and preventing trespassing on or near railroad tracks. In 1986 the non-profit Operation Lifesaver, Inc. national office was created to help support and coordinate the efforts of state Operation Lifesaver programs, saving lives by sharing rail safety messages with audiences across the U.S. and beyond. A national network of trained volunteers gives free presentations on rail safety and a public awareness campaign, “See Tracks? Think Train!” provides tips and statistics to encourage safe behavior near the tracks. Learn more about Rail Safety Week; follow OLI on social media via FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitterPinterest and YouTube.   


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