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Contact
Donal CASEY
_DonalCasey rsc.ie
_+353 1 20 68 150

Principal Inspector
Railway Safety Commission
Trident House
Blackrock
Co. Dublin
Ireland
Press/Communication person(s) in my company : Caitríona Keenahan
caitrionakeenahan rsc.ie
barry.kenny irishrail.ie
BrianFarrell rsa.ie
Tel +35312068110

http://www.rsc.ie


Total number of LX in 2007: 1126
Total number of LX in 2008: 1095
Total number of LX in 2009: 1069
Total number of LX in 2010: 1050
Total number of LX in 2011: 1018
Total number of LX in 2012:

Accidents in 2007: 7
Accidents in 2008: 5
Accidents in 2009: 0
Accidents in 2010: 4
Accidents in 2011: 1
Accidents in 2012:

Fatalities in 2007: 1
Fatalities in 2008: 1
Fatalities in 2009: 0
Fatalities in 2010: 2
Fatalities in 2011: 0
Fatalities in 2012:

Total length of lines (km): 1683
Total number of train km/year (thousands): 18066

Awareness measures
Use of the ILCAD 2012 video with children and press release
Level Crossing Safety booklet for pedestrians

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Translink safety leaflets distributed at Northern Ireland Balmoral Agricultural Show
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Translink at Northern Ireland Balmoral Agricultural Show
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Translink at Northern Ireland Balmoral Agricultural Show
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Translink and the police distributing safety leaflets and flyers at 6 different level crossings
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Translink distributing safety leaflets and flyers at 6 different level crossings
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Translink distributing safety leaflets and flyers at 6 different level crossings

Translink visited Balmoral show to remind members of the agricultural community to use level crossings safely, whether at work or crossing on foot or by car.
Translink visited 6 locations on the 7th May and did get a good level of interest from local press. They were also interviewed by local radio stations.

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TRANSLINK PRESS RELEASE
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LEVEL CROSSING SAFETY BOOKLET

Partners
- Railway Safety Commission (NSA)
- Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail)
- Irish farmers journal: www.farmersjournal.ie