People are being asked to have their say about proposed safety measures at an accident hot spot in Cranford.
Crashes are a daily occurrence at the Jolly Waggoners Roundabout, at the junction of Bath Road (A4) and The Parkway (A312).
Bosses at Transport for London (TfL) want to install screens at the approach to the roundabout on the A312 to reduce visibility and encourage drivers to slow down.
They are also planning to improve road markings on the roundabout and create a shared use path for cyclists on the pavement and subway at the junction.
A three-week public consultation on the proposed changes was launched last Thursday (June 26) and closes on July 18.
Cranford ward councillor Gurpal Virdi's own wife Sathat was involved in a crash at the site earlier this month, luckily escaping without any injuries.
Mr Virdi said safety improvements at the junction, where he estimates there are about four collisions a day of varying degrees of seriousness, were long overdue.
He believes an underpass or traffic lights are necessary but said TfL had told him the money was not available for such major alterations.
You can take part in the consultation here or let us know what you think by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org