Level Crossing Digest

Level crossings provide communities with a convenient way to cross the railway, but do represent a risk to the people and vehicle occupants that use them, and to the railway itself.

Level crossings are crucial for allowing local communities the ability to cross the railway via roads and public rights of way – but they’re clearly not ideal safety-wise. Pedestrians and motorists have to physically cross the railway using space shared with moving trains, albeit these can be controlled using lights, CCTV, warbles, barriers and signs.

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