The main change is to provide a 3m wide shared footway along the length of the road which links the A30 Great South West Road and Chertsey Road.
Currently where parts of the road have a narrow carriageway and heavy goods vehicles pass through, poses a hazard for cyclists and pedestrians.
The cycling scheme is in response to an increasing number of people on bikes in Hounslow as well as accidents on the road over the last five years which have injured at least two cyclists and one walker.
Hounslow council says the plans will improve access to homes, businesses and leisure facilities including Bedfont Lakes, as well as pedestrian crossings and bus accessibility.
The route will run along the north side of Bedfont Road from the A30 Clockhouse roundabout to the proposed new development west of the railway bridge, with an additional south section from the A30 to Wooldridge Close roundabout.
The proposal includes a new integrated zebra and cycling crossing near the roundabout at Wooldridge Close, as well as a speed reduction from Clockhouse roundabout from 40mph to 30mph.
Other improvements include better access to Bedfont Lakes with new entry treatments (road humps) and a wider pedestrian island.
In addition the area which is served by the H26 bus route will see the busiest existing bus stops improved with a wider footway for improved access especially for vulnerable people.
The remainder of the route will be on the southern side via a new 4m wide toucan crossing for cyclists and pedestrians, west of the railway bridge, which will merge into the existing footway across the railway bridge.
Further along, at the junction with the Young Offenders Institution plans include a new footway and road humps.
From here the route will be taken off carriageway, and a new cycle track to follow the existing path will run parallel to Bedfont Road.
The frequently used route by cyclists will merge with an existing shared footway near Chertsey Road.
Deadline to return comments is February 22.