This year, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is taking further steps to end railroad accidents. According to NHTSA, 232 people died in railroad crossing accidents last year alone. In recent years, fatality rates as a result of railroad accidents have dropped, but since 2014 the number of deaths has begun to increase. In an effort to eliminate these accidents, NHTSA has developed a $7 million radio and digital video campaign, “Stop! Trains Can’t” to educate drivers about the risks associated with improper railroad crossings.