A level crossing is an area where a road and a railway meet at substantially the same level, whether or not there is a level crossing sign on the road at all or any of the entrances to the area; or an area where a road and tram tracks meet at substantially the same level and that has a level crossing sign on the road at each entrance to the area.
In Queensland local government is responsible for approximately 85 percent of the 1700 level crossings located within the state.
- Queensland Level Crossing Safety Committee
- Queensland Level Crossing Safety Strategy 2010–2014
- Railway Crossing
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