Plans for a new zebra crossing have been unveiled, but problems with noisy and dangerous lorries are showing no signs of going away.
Residents of Rockingham Road, Uxbridge, have voiced concerns that it is only a matter of time before someone is killed in the road, which is used daily by young children and their parents taking them to St Mary's Primary School.
Mark Gillard, who lives in the road, said: "There's been a series of cars squashed down here by the juggernaughts that come down, there's young mums nearly getting hit by lorries every day, I've told the council it'll be blood on their hands if they don't do something."
Hillingdon Council has announced it is currently working with St Mary's School to build a new zebra crossing in the road, after receiving several complaints from both residents and parents.
Ann Shevlin, headteacher at the school, said: "We are very concerned about road safety outside the school in the mornings and evenings and parents have told me how worried they are."
Residents have also complained of regularly being kept awake at night by lorries.
Joe Poxon, who also lives in Rockingham Road, said: "The lorries are a massive intrusion into your sleeping pattern, as you can imagine when you hear squealing brakes over 50 times a night."
Kuehne and Nagel, the international cargo company which operates lorries in and out of Barnsfield Place, said: "Kuehne and Nagel operates from the premises fully in accordance with the authorised planning use which permits the premises to be used for warehousing and distribution and allows for a restricted number of vehicle movements at night."
The road leads on to St John's Road, Uxbridge, where in August a lorry overturned, smashing into a bus stop and narrowly missing two 11 year-old girls.