Are you required to exercise particular caution and check that there are no trains coming before you cross the tracks?
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You are always obliged to ensure the freedom of passage for trains.
“A road-user must ensure freedom of passage for [...] trains [...] Drivers who are to ensure freedom of passage must stop if this is necessary.” (Road Traffic Ordinance)
This applies even when the signals are not flashing red. A collision with a train is such a serious accident that law-makers never want you to feel that you ‘have the right’ to drive onto a railway crossing. You must always be on your guard, and the responsibility lies with you, because a train has such a long braking distance.
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