Network Rail and the operators of Nottingham's tram network, Nottingham Express Transit (NET), can expect some tough questioning tonight after the death of a teenage girl on a pedestrian level crossing.
Dozens of people are expected to pack into a public meeting to discuss the safety of a public footpath which crosses the track near Bestwood Village.
Last month, Lindsey Inger, 13, was hit by a tram and became the third person to be killed at the crossing. In 2004, Jean Hoggart and her grandson Mikey died when they were struck by a train on the railway line which runs alongside the tram track.
Tonight, Lindsey's family and other campaigners at the meeting will call for the crossing to be closed while a safety review is carried out. Many people want a footbridge in its place.