Level crossings represent high risk exposure for railway operators.
Obligation for engineers and railway operators is to ensure level crossing risks are seen to be reduced So Far As Is Reasonably Practicable (SFAIRP).
Grade separation is best solution but how can we ‘sweat’ level crossing assets?
Once you have ‘lights, booms and gongs’ what then?
Road complexity, number of cars, type of traffic, frequency of trains all increase risk
What else can we do?
|Created by||Bill Milburn|
|Changed by||Bill Milburn|
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