Worldwide: ILCAD campaign targets pedestrians and cyclists

27 May

7db55aa19c37248f5e8b1ec453a799bcJune 3rd, 2015 is the 7th international Level Crossing Awareness Day (ILCAD) with campaigns targeting pedestrians and cyclists being held around the world. This year an international press conference; together with a round table on level crossing safety with experts from the rail sector and elsewhere; and, related events will be hosted by Turkish Railways (TCDD) in Istanbul.

Ahead of the IILCAD 2015, the International Union of Railways (UIC) has produced a new video “Take your time, don’t risk your life!”. The video will be used by ILCAD partners during their national press conferences, staff and public awareness sessions and shown at the international press conference in Istanbul.

Watch the film: http://www.ilcad.org/ILCAD-2015.html or

In addition to the new video, we also have three posters available in English, French and Spanish. They have also been customised in Slovak, Turkish, Greek. They may be customised for you according to your needs.

There is still time to join ILCAD, the unique worldwide awareness level crossing safety campaign, free of charge as all activity is on a purely collaborative basis and helps the railway community to reduce this level of operational risk that we face at the interface with the road sector visit: www.ilcad.org

It is also not too late to book your trip to Istanbul to participate in the international press conference and round table hosted by TCDD to exchange good practice concerning level crossing safety.

To register please use this link: http://www.uic.org/forms/spip.php?article1475T

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