Station Safety Starts with Every One of Us
New York Operation Lifesaver and the Long Island Railroad have joined together because too many people are riding scooters and bikes and using other personal wheeled vehicles.
Riding personal wheeled vehicles on platforms and through stations puts yourself, and other people at risk and through stations puts yourself, and other people at risk.
The only thing you should be riding inside a railroad station is a train!
New York Operation Lifesaver and the Long Island Railroad TRACKS Safety Program provide free train safety presentations for schools, community groups, first responders, professional drivers and others. You may have seen New York Operation Lifesaver volunteers at train shows and community events. Over our first 50 years, Operation Lifesaver has helped reduce train collisions and fatalities by over 80%. Find out how to become an Operation Lifesaver volunteer, you may save someone’s life.