Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
What is Operation Lifesaver?
Why do trains have the right-of-way?
What should we do when the signals are on and no train is visible?
Walking on railroad tracks, or the property (right-of-way) on either side of them, is illegal.
A locomotive is not always at the front of a train.
It's okay to cross the tracks just as soon as the last car of a train passes the crossing.
As a pedestrian, it's okay to ignore the flashing red lights at the crossing.
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