The team - in partnership with Murrill Construction Ltd - was presented with the Streets Award for outstanding street design, at the annual Chartered Institute of Highways and Transport (CIHT) awards on Tuesday (June 9) evening.
The award success follows the official opening of Southall Broadway last weekend, which marked the completion of the £6m project to increase safety, boost local business and make overall improvements to the area.
In selecting Southall Broadway Boulevard for the award, the judges thought it was a scheme “that benefited from an excellent, clear and simple vision on an extraordinarily busy street with a multiplicity of users”.
In addition, the judges “liked the design and concepts used on the scheme and the fact that they had been adapted from previous smaller schemes”.
Before the 1km-long high street underwent the radical change, analysis identified that pedestrians ignored controlled crossing points and guardrails, moving across the road in a direct route for their needs leading to a high pedestrian accident rate.
Southall Broadway now has new boulevard zones down the centre of the road allowing pedestrians to cross the street in two halves, making it easier, safer and more convenient.
In addition, the road now benefits from wider footways, which has reduced crowding, while signalised crossings have been removed and a 20mph zone introduced, smoothing out the traffic flow and eliminating stop starts at traffic lights.
The road has also been completely resurfaced, with new street lights added, along with CCTV cameras, bins and benches.
Leader of Ealing Council, cllr Julian Bell, said: “Congratulations to all those involved in bringing the Southall Broadway Boulevard project to reality.
"The innovative plans have transformed a busy and popular high street and are already providing real benefits to local businesses, visitors and residents.
"I am delighted that this work has also received national recognition for the care and creativity that went in to developing the area.”
The project was a vital part of the multi-million pound programme to transform the town called the Southall Big Plan.