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Inland rail a trifecta for Toowoomba region: mayor
Australia’s National Rail Safety Regulator has thrown its support behind Rail Safety Week 2022 and its emphasis on the dangers of distraction.
On Monday next week, ONRSR chief executive Sue McCarrey will address TrackSAFE’s National Level Crossing Safety Forum, which kicks off Rail Safety Week, to provide a comprehensive statistical picture of safety performance at level crossings.
“In conjunction with the industry we have done a lot of work to improve the quality of the data we collect and analyse in relation to level crossings both in our cities but arguably more importantly in regional Australia,” she said.
“This means we have a vastly improved resource with which to make safety decisions and to set priorities, not just for us as but for industry too in how they can ensure their operations are as safe as possible.”
This article first appeared on www.railexpress.com.au
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