The ACT government has released new footage of light rail near misses.
Footage shows cars driving on the light rail lanes and pedestrians rushing to cross the line in front of an oncoming tram.
In one instance, a rider was knocked to the ground after hitting the side of a tram, and in another a woman was captured casually pushing a pram down the line.
ACT Minister for Transport Chris Steel posted the video on social media on Wednesday morning.
"Rail safety is everyone's responsibility," he said.
"If you are pedestrian, follow the signals and look in both directions before crossing light rail tracks because the light rail vehicles could be coming from either direction at any time.
"If you are driving around light rail follow the traffic signals and don't stop across the track, or drive along the tracks."
This is the second compilation of near misses released by the government, with Mr Steel posting, "We don't want to see you on the next round of near misses compilation video".
It come as new posters promoting light rail safety are set to displayed across the Gungahlin Town Centre and on social media soon.
The posters were designed by students at Gungahlin College.
"It's great to see our local students taking light rail safety seriously and using their artistic talents to get the message out to the broader community," said Mr Steel.
Fines for driving a car on Canberra's light rail lines can cost up to $464 and three demerit points.