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.
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.
Network Rail have confirmed that they are planning on building a temporary footbridge at the level crossing in Bestwood Village in Nottinghamshire, where teenager Lindsey Inger died last week.
Martin Frobisher, Route Managing Director for Network Rail, said:
"This recent incident is a tragedy and our thoughts are with Lindsey's family and friends.
We have committed to work with Nottingham Express Transit to understand how this happened and take any action which is appropriate as a result of their investigation.
"I attended the public meeting with my team to listen to local people on their thoughts about both crossings at this location.
At the meeting I made a public commitment to work with the local Council and NET to look at installing a temporary footbridge."
Marlene Starling, Lindsey Inger's mum, wants the crossing, where her daughter died last month, to be closed until safety is improved.
Network Rail and the operators of Nottingham's tram network, NET can expect tough questioning tonight at a public meeting over crossing.Read the full story ›
A public meeting is being held to discuss the safety around a railway crossing in Bestwood Village in Nottingham.
Last month, 13-year-old Lindsey Inger was killed there as she walked her friends home.
Hucknall West Councillor, Chris Baron has organised the meeting, along with Lindsey's mum, Marlene Starling.
An MP is demanding rail authorities take urgent action after a teenage girl was killed at a pedestrian level crossing in Nottinghamshire. 13-year-old Lindsey Inger died last month after being hit by a tram.
The MP for Sherwood, Mark Spencer, has written to the Office of Rail Regulation & the Health & Safety Executive asking for improvements to be made to the crossing. Phil Brewster reports.