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http://www.ilcad.eu/ecrire/?exec=documents_edit&id_document=90

Contact
Martin.Gallagher@networkrail.co.uk
+ 44 792 050 82 88
and
Vicki Smith
Vicki.Smith@networkrail.co.uk
+ 44 7860 742599


Total number of LX: 6600

Accidents in 2007: 22
Accidents in 2008: 28
Accidents in 2009: 20

Fatalities in 2007: 12
Fatalities in 2008: 14
Fatalities in 2009: 13

Awareness measures
- National press release to be issued
- Local press releases to be issued
- Face to face briefings with users at a number of level crossings across the UK
- Leaflets to various businesses and schools to raise awareness
- Train Driver affected by an incident – possible interview with media
- EU/ILCAD video on NR/RSSB website
- Link to the ILCAD website

Partners
- NR (Network Rail)
- RSSB (Railway Safety Standards Board)
- Industry
- Police forces
- National/Regional media

Publications
- http://www.btp.presscentre.com/Media-Releases/CAMERA-EQUIPPED-VEHICLES-UNVEILED-IN-FIGHT-AGAINST-LEVEL-CROSSING-MISUSE-f9e.aspx
- http://news.carrentals.co.uk/network-rails-would-it-kill-you-to-wait-campaign-34212124.html
- http://www.railjournal.com/newsflash/june-22-declared-international-level-crossing-awareness-day.html
- http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/1793226/?UserKey=
- http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/scotland/Camera-crackdown-in-bid-to.6375188.jp
- http://www.getbracknell.co.uk/news/s/2073041_risktaking_drivers_face_rail_crossing_crackdown
- http://www.networkrailmediacentre.co.uk/Press-Releases/USA-SCORES-HIGHEST-IN-LEVEL-CROSSING-DEATHS-1499/SearchCategoryID-2.aspx
- http://www.networkrailmediacentre.co.uk/Press-Releases/LEVEL-CROSSING-USERS-IN-BLYTHE-BRIDGE-ASKED-WOULD-IT-KILL-YOU-TO-WAIT-14b2/SearchCategoryID-4.aspx
- http://www.networkrailmediacentre.co.uk/Virtual-press-packs/-Don-t-run-the-risk-level-crossing-safety-campaign-72e/SearchCategoryID-ffffffff.aspx

Videos, Photos, Posters, Leaflets
http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2010/mar/10/level-cross-accident-statistics

Latest News:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/suffolk/10501064.stm