Drop in railway accidents does not stop ÖBB from launching new safety campaign

Photo sources from OBB website 2022, ÖBB/Eisenberger

Despite a steady drop in the number of railway accidents and fatalities in Austria over the past decade, ÖBB is embarking on a new safety campaign aimed at school-going children, adolescents and young adults on Thursday. The operators wants this group to ‘take care’ when taking the train.

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Author: Nick Augusteijn

Former Chief Editor of RailTech.com

1 comment op “Drop in railway accidents does not stop ÖBB from launching new safety campaign”

bönström bönström|17.10.22|20:29

By far the safest, on shore transport device, yes. Still however risks, visavi clients, ware owners, as well is far too high.
(Not even core niche, of railways’ transport buyers, afford luxury of not caring about “eta”.)
Transport devices, now low risk – and high quality – are those: resilent, redundant and robust.
Due to infrastructure standards, no longer optimal, regrettably railways are short of all.
Commission and IM:s seriously have failed. A New Old Railway now is needed.

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