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Union Pacific and Safe Kids came together with a mutual goal: reduce risky behaviors that lead to rail-related incidents.
Safe Kids Worldwide and Union Pacific share a commitment to making communities safer for children and families across the United States. Our partnership with Union Pacific creates an evidenced-based educational rail safety program paired with an awareness campaign geared towards parents, caregivers and children. The three-year program leverages national and local partnerships to educate and bring awareness to safe pedestrian and driver behavior around railroad tracks with the ultimate goal of eliminating rail-related injuries and deaths.
For more than 150 years, Union Pacific has served as an economic engine, improving the lives of millions across the United States. The Community Ties Giving Program builds on that foundation, funding programs to support safe, prosperous and vibrant communities where our employees live and work.
– Scott Moore, Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer
About Union Pacific
Union Pacific Railroad is the principal operating company of Union Pacific Corporation (NYSE: UNP). One of America's most recognized companies, Union Pacific Railroad connects 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country by rail, providing a critical link in the global supply chain. From 2008-2017, Union Pacific invested approximately $34 billion in its network and operations to support America's transportation infrastructure. The railroad's diversified business mix is classified into its Agricultural Products, Energy, and Industrial and Premium business groups. Union Pacific serves many of the fastest-growing U.S. population centers, operates from all major West Coast and Gulf Coast ports to eastern gateways, connects with Canada's rail systems and is the only railroad serving all six major Mexico gateways. Union Pacific provides value to its roughly 10,000 customers by delivering products in a safe, reliable, fuel-efficient and environmentally responsible manner.