• Time to Wait

    • 10-19-2017
    • PSAs

    "Time to Wait," aimed at males 18-35, is a 1-minute video with crossing safety tips for drivers and stresses that crossing collisions negatively affect loved ones and train crew members.

  • Hit by a Train

    • 10-19-2017
    • PSAs

    "Hit by a Train" is aimed at young males aged 18-29. The 1-minute video uses a humorous, irreverent approach and includes crossing safety tips, trespass prevention tips, and information on Emergency Notification Signs.

  • A Story to Tell

    • 10-18-2017
    • PSAs

    "Down by the railroad, a story to tell . . ." This song, created for Rail Safety Week, stresses the loved ones that are affected when people aren't careful near trains.

  • You Better Be Aware

    • 10-18-2017
    • PSAs

    Created for U.S. Rail Safety Week, this captioned song details why it's important to "be aware" near train tracks, and avoid distractions.

  • Operation Lifesaver Rap

    • 9-28-2017
    • PSAs

    Created for U.S. Rail Safety Week, this song details why it's important to be alert and stay safe near railroad tracks.

  • Amtrak’s Emergency Notification System Video

    • 6-23-2017
    • For Adult Drivers

    Amtrak's video raises awareness of Emergency Notification System (ENS) signs at rail crossings and provides motorists with simple steps to stay safe while driving near crossings.

  • No Video is Worth the Risk

    • 11-30-2016
    • PSAs

    A look at the deadly situations people put themselves in when making a video on or near railroad tracks, from Operation Lifesaver, Inc., the national rail safety education nonprofit. 

  • Think Train!

    • 10-04-2016
    • For Adult Drivers

    A tongue-in-cheek look at the deadly consequences of being unsafe near the tracks.

  • No Selfie is Worth the Risk

    • 4-12-2016
    • PSAs

    A humorous look at ridiculously dangerous selfie scenarios and the deadly consequences.

  • No Photo is Worth the Risk

    • 12-01-2015
    • PSAs

    A humorous look at scenarios that put professional photographers and their clients at risk. 

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