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  • Using level crossings

  • Level crossings enable us to cross the railway safely. Each is unique with differences in how often trains run, and the local geography.
     
    The things we need to think about when using a crossing depend on what type of user we are. Perhaps we usually drive over level crossings or we may be a pedestrian, a cyclist or a horse rider. 

     

  • Driver

    Driving iconGuidance for driving over level crossings

     Level crossings for drivers  

    Pedestrian

    Pedestrian iconGuidance for pedestrians at level crossings

    Level crossings for pedestrians  

     

    Cyclist

    Cycling iconGuidance for cycling over level crossings

    Level crossings for cyclists 

    Horse rider

    Horse rider iconGuidance for horse riders at level crossings.

    Level crossings for horse riders 

     
     
  • Guidance documents

    Level crossing user guidance:

  • Contact us

    If a level crossing or any part of the railway is causing a problem or you want information, email us or call:

    08457 11 41 41

    If you see anyone deliberately misusing a crossing, please call the British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or the Police on 999.