People in Fife are being asked to provide their views on the Levenmouth rail link.
Online information sessions are being run by Network Rail, with appointment slots available later this month.
The focus will be on sites for new stations, as well as active travel links, station facilities and integration with other forms of transport.
Network Rail’s sponsor for the Levenmouth project Graeme Stewart said: "The current restrictions means that we cannot engage with communities like we would in normal times, but we are still keen to share information about the project and get feedback from local people ahead of coming to any decisions.
"Thankfully, technology gives us the opportunity to meet with people online and hear their views and concerns.
"It offers us the chance to talk about the project and the benefits it will bring to the local area.
"In reinstating the Leven line, we are looking at how we can get best value from this investment and are working with key stakeholders to develop proposals which positively impact on the local economy, communities and future opportunities for the whole area.
"We would encourage anyone who is interested to take part and I am looking forward to meeting with you online and hearing your views on the proposals."