An informal consultation is underway to help determine the fate of a controversial railway crossing in West Cornwall which was closed last year.
The Mexico foot-crossing in Long Rock, near Penzance, was temporarily closed by Cornwall Council following an inquest into the death of Jeanette Nicholls.
The grandmother was struck and killed on the foot-crossing in October 2011.
Campaigners in the village have argued strongly in favour of the crossing re-opening but Network Rail applied for the crossing to be permanently closed following the recommendation of Cornwall's deputy assistant coroner.
The council has written to a number of organisations who have previously contacted the council about it. including emergency services, utility companies, Ludgvan Parish Council and the Friends of Long Rock Mexico Crossing.
It will later make a decision whether or not to enforce a rail crossing extinguishment order.