During Rail Safety Week, CP, the rail industry, government, police, unions, and many public organizations and community groups work together to highlight safe practices around railway property
Check out the Railway Association of Canada's or the Federal Railroad Administration’s online maps to see which railways operate in your area. Use the Search feature and enter your address to locate the railway near you.
Event organizers should avoid crossing or gathering near CP tracks to ensure a safe and on-time event.
If your event will cross CP tracks or you anticipate a gathering of people close our railway, please let us know.
To ensure the safety of the public, our employees, our operations and the environment, CP undertakes a comprehensive annual vegetation management program across its rail network.
By alleviating highway gridlock, using less fuel and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, rail provides the affordable, efficient and environmentally-responsible transportation solution we all deserve.
As communities continue to grow around train tracks and railway operations, issues including noise and vibrations, idling locomotives and blocked highway and railway crossings become more commonplace in many municipalities.
To build common approaches for the prevention and resolution of issues that arise when people live and work near railway operations, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and the Railway Association of Canada have jointly created a program known as "Proximity."