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An approaching train may be going faster than you think.An approaching train may be going faster than you think./ResponsiveImages/fact-icons/speedometer.png#
Like cars, trains are wider than their wheel base. Make sure to stay at least 15 feet back from the nearest rail or gate.Like cars, trains are wider than their wheel base. Make sure to stay at least 15 feet back from the nearest rail or gate./ResponsiveImages/fact-icons/train.png#
Playing games, around trains or railway crossings can be deadly.Playing games, around trains or railway crossings can be deadly./ResponsiveImages/fact-icons/soccer-ball.png#
Be aware, attentive and prepared to stop at railway crossings.Be aware, attentive and prepared to stop at railway crossings./ResponsiveImages/fact-icons/car.png#
Never race a train to a crossing. Even if it's a tie, you'll lose.Never race a train to a crossing. Even if it's a tie, you'll lose./ResponsiveImages/fact-icons/x.png#

 Zone Configuration - Transporting dangerous goods

 Content Editor - Transporting dangerous goods

Bridges strongly support safe railroading at CP​.

From small 10-foot-long spans that carry our tracks across creeks to the 5,300-foot-long Lethbridge Viaduct in Alberta, bridge management at CP is serious business.


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 Zone Configuration - Set the record straight

 Content Editor - Set the record straight

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We work with a number of industry partners who advocate the safe practices we already have in place and collaborate with us on new and innovative ways to keep raising the bar on rail safety.

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