The state coroner will on Monday deliver her finding into the Victorian train crash that killed 11 people in 2007.
Coroner Jane Hendtlass has been probing the crash in which a V/Line train hit a truck driven by Christian Scholl at a level crossing near Kerang in northern Victoria.
Eleven people died and eight people were seriously injured when the Swan Hill to Melbourne passenger train hit Mr Scholl's truck on June 5, 2007.
Mr Scholl was charged with 11 counts of culpable driving over the deaths but acquitted by a jury at trial in 2009.
During his trial, Mr Scholl testified he did not see the crossing warning lights flash from a distance of 300 metres and believed it was safe to cross.
The inquest into the train deaths began in 2011 and has heard from witnesses including the train driver, conductors, police, paramedics, doctors and crash survivors.
Coroner Hendtlass will hand down her finding in Melbourne at 10am (AEDT).
She has previously said her inquiry into the Kerang crash will be part of a wider inquiry into 29 level-crossing deaths in Victoria between 2002 and 2009.