Network Rail and the operators of Nottingham's tram network, NET can expect tough questioning tonight at a public meeting over crossing.
The family of a teenage girl killed by a tram say they want the crossing where their daughter was hit to be closed.
A mother whose son was nearly killed by a tram at the same crossing where a girl died this week blames the authorities.
Plans are on display for a footbridge to replace a railway crossing which remains closed after 13-year-old Lindsey Inger was killed.
Network Rail say they are committed to restoring the route as soon as possible for people who live nearby.
Floral tributes remain at the railway and tram crossing in Bestwood Village, Nottingham, where a teenager was killed last November.
Lindsey Inger, who was 13, was the latest of four people to die at the site in just five years.
Today, plans will be unveiled for a new footbridge to replace the crossing which remains closed amid safety fears.
Network Rail say they are committed to restoring the route as soon as possible for people who live nearby. An exhibition highlighting the plans opens at 15:00 at St. Mark's Church in Bestwood Village.
Designs for a new footbridge over a level crossing in Nottingham are being put on show.
Network Rail have come up with the plans after 13-year-old Lindsey Inger was hit by a tram last November in Bestwood.
Plans for a new footbridge over a level crossing where a 13-year-old was killed have been submitted by Network Rail.
An open day is being held at St Marks Church today in Bestwood, so people can see the proposal and talk to Network Rail staff.
The latest victim was 13-year-old Lindsey Inger who was hit by a tram last November.
Councillors will meet Network Rail officials later to discuss plans for a bridge at a rail and tram crossing which has claimed the lives of three people in the last four years.
Lindsey Inger, who was 13, died after being hit by a tram on the pedestrian level crossing in Hucknall.
Today's meeting will discuss plans - but a decision won't be made until a later date.
A coach driver has pleaded guilty to two counts of dangerous driving following an accident on the M5 in March last year which killed two and injured 41 people.
Jasminder Dhesi, 50, from Great Barr, appeared at Birmingham Crown Court earlier today, he was released on bail and will be sentenced on 12th February.
The accident happened in the early hours of Saturday 24 March 2012 when a lorry hit a coach on the southbound carriageway near to junction three in thick fog.
Sergeant Chris Jones, said:
“Mr Dhesi’s coach was not roadworthy on the day of the crash and he should not have been driving it.
“He had already broken down on two occasions before the collision happened and had managed to pull over onto the hard shoulder and get the vehicle moving again.
“Despite the fog and the unreliability of the coach he carried on with the journey, but came unstuck on the third breakdown, when there was no hard shoulder to pull over on to.
“The broken down coach came to a stop in a live lane of traffic, when it was hit by Mr Mapstone’s lorry."
A man has died following an accident between a car and a lorry on the A17 in Nottinghamshire.
It happened just before 1.00pm today as a car crashed into a stationary lorry.
The driver of the car who is believed to be in his 70s was pronounced dead at the scene.
The road in Coddington remains closed in both directions and is expected to for some time.
A man has been injured after his car crashed into a bridge on the M6 Toll in the early hours of this morning.
The accident happened between junctions 5 and 6 on the Eastbound carriage around 3.35am.
Emergency crews arrived to find the car had split into at least three piece after it is believed it crashed into road signs and a bridge
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said:
– West Midlands Ambulance Service
“The driver of the car, a man in his mid 20’s, was found on scene and had suffered multiple minor injuries, but was extremely disorientated. “He received emergency treatment at the scene and his condition was stabilised.
“Considering the damage to the vehicle the man was extremely fortunate not to have suffered more serious or even fatal injuries."
Friends of Lindsey Inger have today paid tribute to her during a Fun Day, which has been organised to help pay for her funeral wake and memorial.
Many people attended the fundraiser, with close friends gathering to tell ITV Central what Lindsey's death has meant to them.
"We've watched her grow from a baby to her becoming a beautiful girl with her whole life ahead of her."
"We'll never forget the day she went – rest in peace Linsey"
"It was the day before my birthday and I'll never forget the day she went."
"We love her so much and it's horrible that we had to say goodbye."
"Rest in peace Lindsey - we'll never forget you."
The friends and family of a teenager killed by a tram in Nottinghamshire have today held a fun-day in her memory.
Lindsey Inger died last month at a controversial level crossing in Hucknall. The event today was to raise money for her funeral wake and memorial.
The money will also be invested in security at the crossing where she died, to avoid any further incidents.