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At the Long Island Rail Road, SAFETY is a Core Value.

T.R.A.C.K.S. (Together Railroads And Communities Keeping Safe) is a joint venture between the LIRR's Corporate Safety and the MTA Police provide age appropriate, customized training to schools, camps, day cares, libraries, and community groups. We stress the importance of safety at grade crossings, on our platforms and trains; how to travel safely using our system; and the hazards that exist on or near the tracks.

Please contact our Community Relations Specialist, Chrisann Fabio, at (516) 924-1415 or email to learn more about what program best suits the needs of your organization.



Do Your Task, Wear Your Mask

LIRR T.R.A.C.K.S. Virtual Class Schedule
**Please click on the blue link below for the class you want to register for:

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Thursday April 1st


See Tracks? Think Train!

Every three hours someone is hit by a train in the United States. On foot or in a vehicle, the result is the same — severe injury or even death. The video and content below teaches you and your loved ones how to be safe around railroad tracks, grade crossings and transit platforms.

To reinforce the importance of wearing face coverings when riding the Long Island Rail Road, we sponsored an art/slogan contest for Kindergarten through Grade 12 students. We invited students to submit their designs through our TRACKS Program at Five winners were selected and are featured below. These winning entries are being used on social media as well to highlight the importance of wearing face coverings in accordance with New York State Executive Orders 202.17 and 202.18. We received an abundance of creative and talented submissions, and will be featuring additional artwork from some of our runners-up in the weeks ahead.

Amberlyn Berry-Rowley, age 9
George Washington Elementary School, West Hempstead

Aaron Gilbert, age 12
Weber Middle School, Port Washington

Faateen Asad Ankush, age 12
P.S. 11 Kathryn M. Phelan School, Woodside

Eric Shu, age 16
Great Neck South High School

Lorelai Thrasher, age 15
Malverne Senior High School



School Safety Slogan Contest Winners - 2019-2020

Elementary School:

Middle School:

National Grids kids corner

MNR and LIRR Trespassing Prevention Article - *TR News
*TR News is copyright, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; posted with permission of the Transportation Research Board.

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