A Union Pacific worker installs a fence in April to keep people from walking across the railroad tracks from Olive Drive to downtown Davis. Among several other topics, the Davis City Council on Tuesday will discuss the controversial railroad track crossing issue. The city is in the process of planning an at-grade bicycle and pedestrian crossing at the train station downtown. At the same time, Union Pacific Railroad, which owns the tracks, has made clear its intentions to build an 8-foot tall, 3,600-foot-long fence to prevent illegal crossings. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo

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