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Network Rail launches ‘Live Wire’: new electrification safety education campaign
 Tuesday 18 Jun 2013Amanda and Blake Aghedo-Trombi (both 12 years old) helped to create the Live Wire campaignNetwork Rail this week launched a new safety education campaign - ‘Live Wire’ - to increase awareness among schoolchildren about railway electricity and how to stay safe around...
New footbridge in Stroud will make crossing safer
Network Rail is improving safety for pedestrians in Stroud by installing a new railway footbridge to replace two footpath crossings at Beards Lane and Downfield Road.The new footbridge coincides with the project to re-instate the double track between Swindon and Kemble and install additional...
100+ events to raise awareness of level crossings dangers
Rail safety teams across the country are hosting more than 100 awareness events at level crossings across Britain to help educate people about how to cross the railway safely and prevent accidents.Level crossing safety in Britain is amongst the best in Europe. Despite this, nine people were...
Youngsters warned of the dangers of trespassing on the railway
Network Rail and British Transport Police are warning youngsters, and their parents, about the dangers of trespassing on the railway ahead of this month’s two bank holiday weekends.Spring, with the start of the lighter nights, is traditionally a time when route crime incidents –...
Innovative new partnership to warn young people of rail dangers
Network Rail is joining forces with Young Scot, Scottish Youth Theatre and North Lanarkshire Council’s Active Schools Programme to take its rail safety message to children and young people across the Central Belt.Launched today at the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow, the innovative new...
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