level crossing

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level crossing

Brit a point at which a railway and a road cross, esp one with barriers that close the road when a train is scheduled to pass
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A new pedestrian crossing signal has been activated on Green Acres Road near Applewood Lane, the 10th flashing crossing signal installed in Eugene.
and $15 million for environmental projects and public improvements such as grade crossing separations and crossing signal upgrades.
In addition, $23 million is provided for communications, signal and electrical projects, $22 million for maintenance of way equipment and $14 million for environmental projects and public improvements such as grade crossing separations and crossing signal upgrades.
In addition, $29 million is provided for communications, signal and electrical projects, $19 million for maintenance of way equipment and $16 million for environmental projects and public improvements such as grade crossing separations and crossing signal upgrades.
Tenders are invited for Indicator Attention to Train and Level Crossing Signal Type Indicator Ic - 2 Lots
In addition, there is $29 million provided for communications, signal and electrical projects and $20 million for environmental projects and public improvements such as grade crossing separations and crossing signal upgrades.
It would include a new bike crossing signal on Franklin, creating a long-sought Alder Street connection to the riverfront bike paths.
Whenever a train and an automobile meet violently, we always ask the same question: Were the crossing signals working?
Enforcement and education action will focus on high-risk behaviors such as drivers disobeying railway crossing signals, speeding, using electronic devices while driving, and offences involving school and transit buses; pedestrians and cyclists disobeying railway crossing signals or failing to yield the right-of-way to approaching trains; and young people and adults trespassing on railway property.
Changes for pedestrians and bicyclists could range from improved crossings, such as pedestrian "islands" and crossing signals, to expanded sidewalks and bike lanes.
The participants also viewed awareness videos that highlighted risks of crossing signals and overtaking on the right side.