Proposed designs for a pedestrian footbridge over the level crossing at Brayford Wharf East have been unveiled.
The bridge is intended to stop people risking their lives by running across the crossing when the warnings have started.
Network Rail’s policy is to close level crossings wherever possible for safety reasons, but the company accepts that both crossings in Lincoln need to remain open at present.
A planning application for the Brayford site will be submitted in December, followed by a proposal for the High Street.
The design for Brayford Wharf East includes pedestrian and vehicle access at ground level.
Lincolnshire County Council is looking to reduce traffic to a single lane over the level crossings to make way for the bridges.
Designs can be viewed in Network Rail’s incident vehicle which will be parked outside the old signal box in Brayford Wharf East from 10am to 7pm on Friday, October 19, and 10am to 1pm on Saturday, October 20.
Visit www.networkrail.co.uk/lincoln for more information.
Feedback and comments can be posted to LincolnConsultation@networkrail.co.uk