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Moreover, the number of persons with an assistive device is on the rise." The investigation also found that federal regulations required railway companies and road authorities to share certain information regarding crossings by November 2016.
This requirement included the identification of those crossings equipped with a sidewalk, path or trail designated for persons using assistive devices.
The recommendation is being issued as part of a TSB investigation report (R16M0026) into a 2016 accident in which a person in a wheelchair was struck and fatally injured by a Canadian National (CN) freight train at a railway crossing in downtown Moncton, New Brunswick.
The individual's motorized wheelchair became immobilized in the gravel at the edge of a sidewalk at the Robinson Street public crossing and was struck at about a.m. The investigation found that several crossing conditions contributed to the accident, including a void in the asphalt and the lack of visual cues to navigate safely.
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Then press play and watch orgasmic Canadian babes fucking hard in awesome Canada amateur sex videos and Canadian homemade porn XXX clips on My Lust.Since the accident, CN has made several repairs to the Robinson Street crossing, including the sidewalk areas.The City of Moncton notified CN that the crossings at Robinson Street and nearby Victoria Street have been designated for persons using assistive devices.Moncton, New Brunswick, 15 February 2018 – Today the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is calling on Transport Canada (TC), railway companies and road authorities across Canada to take steps to improve safety at railway crossings that are designated for persons using assistive devices, such as wheelchairs, arm supports, hearing aids, visual aids, and others.The recommendation (R18-01) asks TC to collaborate with these stakeholders to identify and assess the effectiveness of various engineering options for designated railway crossings, and update its regulatory provisions accordingly.Ackermans, "required improvements may not be implemented in a timely manner, and Canadians, particularly those using assistive devices, will continue to be at an elevated risk at railway crossings." "Despite new standards introduced in 2014, there remains a clear need for additional improvements.