Indiana Operation Lifesaver is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public safety program dedicated to reducing deaths and injuries at highway-rail grade crossings and along railroad rights-of-way.Safety of all transportation modes such as pedestrian, bicycle, and motor vehicles is a concern. We have a wide variety of partners, including federal, state and local government agencies, highway safety and transportation organizations, and the nation’s railroads. Indiana Operation Lifesaver (INOL) was established in 1984 and is a member of the national organization, Operation Lifesaver, Inc.
Since 1984, INOL has been working hard to educate the public (of all ages) about the dangers at highway-rail grade crossings and railroad rights-of-way through free Operation Lifesaver presentations made by trained, Certified Presenters. The program strives to improve driver and pedestrian behavior at railroad crossings by encouraging compliance with traffic laws relating to crossing signs and signals. In addition to its education program, INOL encourages the enforcement of existing traffic and trespassing laws.
If you have an interest in becoming part of the team that can improve safety at rail/ highway crossings here in Indiana,we have great opportunities for public service or just giving back to your community by becoming a Certified Operation Lifesaver Presenter. Visit our Presenter's page to find out more about becoming a volunteer Presenter or other volunteer opportunities.
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