Concerns over bus stops being used for drivers to urinate and even have sex have failed to halt a £90,000 project to add three more stops to a route.
The plans by Transport for London (TfL) will affect the U7 route between Hillingdon and Hayes End, with new stops in Mellow Lane, Hewens Road and Charville Lane despite protests by residents about inappropriate behaviour by bus drivers.
The proposal was approved by Hillingdon Council's cabinet member for planning and transportation Councillor Keith Burrows last Tuesday.
Two weeks ago the Gazette reported how Sonia Hill of Charville Lane claims she saw a driver having sex in his bus from her window, and how other people living nearby have repeatedly seen drivers urinate in nearby bushes.
Mrs Hill said: "I don't think the bus drivers will stop their behaviour, it will just carry on. I have young children and I don't want them to be seeing people behaving like that."
Nicola Brightman, a resident in Charville Lane, said: "The bus drivers need to be re-educated as to what is acceptable behaviour in the community.
"And I don't understand how wheel-chair users will be able to get up such a steep hill after seeing the look on cyclists' faces when they try."
Jonathan Hayles, of nearby Turner Close, said: "Even if they were behaving like angels we still wouldn't want these stops."
Mr Burrows said: "This was requested by residents, and is strongly supported by the vast majority of local people as well as local resident associations and the majority of ward councillors."
A spokesperson for Transport for London said: "We have worked with the council and police taking into account safety, convenience for passengers and impact on the local area.
"With regards to allegations of a driver involved in sexual activity, this would be completely unacceptable and we have ensured the operator, Travel London, is aware of these."