Operation Lifesaver STATE


Operation Lifesaver Missouri

Phone: (573)-634-4113

2300 Yorktown Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109

Email: rick@mooneyconsulting.com

About Operation Lifesaver Missouri

Missouri’s Operation Lifesaver program began in 1977 under the direction of the state regulatory agency. In 1998 it became a not for profit corporation and continues to work to reduce the tragedies that occur to the public at crossings and along railroad right-of-ways.


Operation Lifesaver is a national, non-profit education and awareness program dedicated to ending tragic collisions, fatalities and injuries at highway-rail grade crossings and on railroad rights of way.

To accomplish its mission, Operation Lifesaver promotes 3 Es:

Education - Operation Lifesaver strives to increase public awareness about the dangers around the rails. The program seeks to educate both drivers and pedestrians to make safe decisions at crossings and around railroad tracks. Our volunteer speakers, called Presenters, are available, free of charge, to provide important safety information to professional truck and bus drivers, school bus drivers, drivers education classes, elementary school students, law enforcement and emergency responders, and other civic organizations.

Enforcement - Operation Lifesaver promotes active enforcement of traffic laws relating to crossing signs and signals and private property laws related to trespassing.

Engineering - Operation Lifesaver encourages continued engineering research and innovation to improve the safety of railroad crossings.

For further information, or to arrange a presentation please contact our State Coordinator.