Public Awareness Campaigns
Our top priority is to educate people on how to be safe around highway-rail grade crossings and railroad tracks. Check out a variety of OLI videos and promotional materials, all created to increase visibility and awareness about rail safety.
Stop Track Tragedies
Stop Track Tragedies is Operation Lifesaver’s rail safety education campaign in the U.S. and Canada.
Rail Safety Week
Operation Lifesaver, Inc. works in partnership with the U.S. Department of Transportation and other organizations to observe Rail Safety Week (RSW) each year to raise awareness of the need for rail safety education.
See Tracks? Think Train!
Learning about safe railroad behavior has helped reduce the number of train and motor vehicle collisions by 83% from 1972. Operation Lifesaver, Inc.'s "See Tracks? Think Train!" campaign helps keep people safe when walking or driving near railroad tracks.
Near Miss Incidents
Respect the Rails
Operation Lifesaver's Choose Safety: Respect the Rails campaign focuses on rail safety information for individuals experiencing homelessness and the organizations, professionals and volunteers who work with people experiencing homelessness. The campaign's message empowers homeless individuals to make safe choices around railroad tracks and trains.
Operation Lifesaver's Rail Safety for Shift Workers PSA highlights the importance for essential shift workers of making safe choices around railroad tracks and trains when getting to and from work – and beyond.
Whether approaching or driving over railroad tracks, it’s imperative that drivers 50 and over – and all drivers – recognize the risks to themselves and others, know the signs and make safe choices.
It is crucial that you know the facts, recognize the signs and make safe choices on and off campus – whether walking or driving around railroad tracks and trains.
Farmers and Farm Machine Operators
Operation Lifesaver wants all farmers and farm machinery operators to be safe in the field. Learn how to keep yourself and your equipment safe.