Train Accidents Information Center

Train Accidents and Injuries Resource Links

Division of the US Department of Transportation dedicated to railway safety. Find information on accidents, inspections and highway-rail crossing data; run queries and download safety database files.

Operation Lifesaver® is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing collisions, injuries and fatalities at highway-railroad crossings and on railroad rights-of-way. Also offers crash statistics and educational materials.

National highway safety statistics and safety information from government agency committed to reducing roadway-related fatalities and injuries, including those caused by highway-railroad crossing accidents.

The American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials® (AASHTO®) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association of US public highway and transportation departments that is concerned with five transportation modes: air, highway, public transportation, rail and water.

NTSB's railroad page with accident information, as well as publications and safety issue information.

Search this government Web site to find information about departments, organizations, initiatives, reports and publications with related links and library resources.

Founded in 1911, ASSE is the largest association of occupational safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professionals. Its members manage, supervise and consult on safety, health and environmental issues in industry, insurance, government and education.

Angels on Track® is an organization dedicated to promoting railroad crossing safety in Ohio. Web site provides statistics and publication references.

Association of North American railway companies dedicated to railroad safety, quality and security.

National association of train passengers advocating for expanded and high-quality passenger rail service in the US.

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