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Inattention major cause of collisions

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Inattention has been shown to be the major factor in more than 40 per cent of serious and fatal injury collisions between vehicles and trains at railway level crossings.  Read more

New roadside campaign

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

A new level crossing roadside safety campaign has been launched in the Central North Island by rail safety charitable trust TrackSAFE NZ.  Read more

Worldwide attention to level crossing safety

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

National rail safety charity TrackSAFE NZ is encouraging all New Zealanders to join the rest of the world when out and about today, and be safe and aware when near level and pedestrian crossings.  Read more

Be Rail Safe over Summer

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

KiwiRail and TrackSAFE NZ are warning people to use their Train Brain and not take risks around railway lines this holiday period.  Read more

Rail Safety Week launches - "Don't be a dur brain"

Monday, August 12, 2013

People are being urged not to be a “dur brain” by trespassing on train tracks as part of an innovative new campaign for this year’s Rail Safety Week.  Read more

Pedestrian safety the focus for this year’s Rail Safety Week

Sunday, August 12, 2012

“Use your brain, tracks are for trains” is the new safety message being delivered throughout the country for this year’s Rail Safety Week.  Read more

International Level Crossing Day launches in NZ

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

A major rail safety campaign is being launched tomorrow aimed at reducing the number of near collisions between heavy vehicles and trains.  Read more

Rugby World Cup rail safety campaign launches

Monday, September 05, 2011

Would you try and race in front of 15,000 Jonah Lomus charging towards you at 80kms an hour?   Read more

National Rail Safety Week Unveiled

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

A new nationwide awareness campaign is being launched today for National Rail Safety Week – and it is the trains in the big cities that will be carrying the message “Stay Clear. Stay Safe.”  Read more


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Truckies voice safety concerns at level crossings

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Improving safety at railway level crossings will only happen if there is a cohesive and joint effort by central and local Government, rail, road and trucking organisations and Police according to New Zealand’s heavy vehicle drivers.  Read more

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