A footbridge over a rail and tram crossing in Nottinghamshire has been officially opened today.
The new bridge, at the Moor Bridge crossing, was built following a campaign by the family of 13-year-old Lindsay Inger, who was killed when she was hit by a tram at the spot.
Earlier this year, it emerged rail experts had warned Network Rail about the dangers posed by the layout of the crossing 14 months before she died.
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.