- Take the time to stop-look-listen and use caution at all railroad crossings.
- Be prepared to stop and obey the signals at railway crossings.
- Look for the crossbuck sign, lights or gates at crossings
- Listen for warning bells and whistles.
- Wait for the crossing gate to be fully raised before crossing the railway tracks and then look both ways before proceeding.
- Only cross tracks at designated areas. Never take short cuts across tracks or through railway property—don’t let a shortcut cut your life short.
- Walking, playing or running on or beside railroad tracks is dangerous (and illegal); any time is train time.
- Remember, tracks and recreation do not mix. No pedestrian, bicycle or car is a match for a train.
Learn more about CN’s All Aboard for Safety program at www.cn.ca/safety or visit Operation Lifesaver atwww.operationlifesaver.ca.