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Jerome Kaino gets involved in Rail Safety Week

Thursday, August 18, 2016

It’s Rail Safety Week again and this year’s theme of “Expect Trains” is aimed at encouraging people to look up from their devices and be aware when travelling across level crossings.
Auckland Transport ambassador Jerome Kaino is on board with making sure everyone stays safe around trains.
The All Black and Auckland Blues player regularly uses public transport to get around himself.
He wants to get the message out that you need to keep your eyes and your ears open when approaching level crossings.
“Always be careful at rail crossings, be aware of your surroundings. When the sirens and the lights are going, wait until they stop and the barrier lifts before it’s safe to cross, because trains can come out of nowhere.”  Read more

Distracted pedestrians targeted in new rail safety campaign

Monday, August 15, 2016

A new campaign aimed at reminding people to stay alert and cross carefully at railway level crossings is being launched by Transport Minister Hon Simon Bridges at the Wellington Railway Station on Monday morning.  Read more

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