Hounslow Cycling Campaign Group have initiated the project on the back of London cycling campaign, Space for Cycling, to provide continuous protected cycle lanes along the High Street to link Oak Hill Academy (formerly known as Feltham Hill Junior School) with Feltham railway station.
As a main road heavily used by motorists, mandatory cycle lanes which are physically separated from motor traffic are needed, they say.
The scheme has been supported by Feltham West councillor Alan Mitchell who has said the plans should form part of the ongoing discussions on Feltham regeneration, which includes changes to access the town with improved cycle ways and walking paths.
Mr Mitchell added: "The High Street is part of Feltham regeneration plans.
"A cycle path as part of highways improvement would place greater emphasis on this mode of travel which is beneficial to both the environment plus promoting health and wellbeing for all the community.
"Safe cycle routes which connect the town centre to schools are vital to creating a sustainable transport system which encourages use of bicycles and walking as there are already enough cars on the roads.
"This is especially true where schools are often located on busy roads and junctions as is the case in Feltham with Reach Academy and Oak Hill."