Your ride to or from work may be delayed for a few minutes this week, but police say it's to keep you alive.
Vehicles will be stopped at selected "high risk" crossings during Public Rail Safety Week.
Police say if you're caught doing anything illegal around railway tracks, either driving or walking, you'll be charged.
The Transportation Safety Board say 11 Ontarians have been hit this year, double from the same period last year.
Five people have died and six were seriously hurt.
Across Canada, 24 pedestrians have been struck so far this year, and over half have died.
Police say there has also been an increase in the number of collisions at rail crossings this year.