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ILCAD 2019



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The International Level Crossing Awareness Day (ILCAD) is an awareness campaign on level crossing safety. The campaign has been spearheaded by the International Union of Railways (UIC) with the support of the railway community around the world. A growing number of road sector organisations, international institutions (UNECE, IRU…) has also been involved in raising awareness of the risks at level crossings to change road users’ and pedestrians’ behaviour to “Act safely at level crossings”. Each year, a partner country hosts the event. Each participant gives his good practices and shares his projects to increase safety and lower the number of accidents.

ILCAD 2019 will be hosted by the Dutch railway infrastructure manager, ProRail, on 6 June, 2019, in Amersfoort, Netherlands.

This conference will be preceded by a social event on 5 in the evening and followed by a technical visit on 7 June 2019.

The public to target in 2019 are the professional drivers: truck, coach, bus, taxi, farming and industrial vehicles.

The 2019 motto: The most important STOP of the day!

More information

For more information on ProRail: https://youtu.be/C2vhO3XGceA

Venue ILCAD 2019:

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List of recommended hotels in Amersfoort:
Two hotels very close to the train station and the venue of the conference:

Four other hotels in the centre of Amersfoort and not too far from the event location:

Hotels in Amersfoort are cheap (50-110€) comparing to Utrecht or Amsterdam. Nevertheless, you may choose to stay in Utrecht or Amsterdam and use the train to
get to Amersfoort (about 30 min travel time).

Travel time and connections in the Netherlands:

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Travel time and connections in the NL

Previous conference

The 10th edition of ILCAD was held on 7 June, 2018, with over 40 countries in attendance and was officially launched through a press conference and a roundtable. The event was hosted by the Croatian railway infrastructure manager, HZ Infrastruktura, together with the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences.