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    While the number of highway-rail crossing collisions, deaths and injuries has dropped over the past five decades, it’s still a startling fact that about every three hours in the U.S., a person or vehicle is hit by a train.

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    We’ve helped to reduce the number of train/motor vehicle collisions from a 1972 high of roughly 12,000 annual incidents to approximately 2,100 incidents in 2017. Source: Federal Railroad Administration statistics.

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    Operation Lifesaver's network of authorized volunteers share a common goal: To reduce the likelihood of collisions between people/vehicles and trains through rail safety education. You can help us spread the word.

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    Purchase Materials at the OL Store

    View and purchase official Operation Lifesaver merchandise and educational materials online through our authorized vendor, Morton Suggestion Co.

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    Operation Lifesaver state programs across the U.S. are directed by State Coordinators.



    Keep up with the latest news, events, and statistics around rail safety education and public awareness.

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    Rail Safety Week is Sept. 21-27 in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico
    Operation Lifesaver, Inc. awards $200,000 for crossing safety public awareness campaigns in 14 states
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