Renovations to the eastern end of Hounslow High Street, including the creation of wider footpaths and a new cycle lane, have begun.
The first phase saw the majority of the High Street repaved, with new benches installed and trees planted, and a performance space created at Bell Square, to the west, which hosts free shows every other Saturday.
The second phase will see pavements and roads resurfaced on the non-pedestrianised stretch between Douglas Road and Laurence Road. Footpaths will also be widened, kerbs lowered and a cycle lane created, among other changes.
The work, being carried out by council contractor Hounslow Highways, is due to be completed by November.
Deputy council leader Amrit Mann said: "The regeneration of the High Street is part of our commitment to improve our roads and pavements.
"More than 20,000 people use Hounslow town centre every day; we want it to attract even more shoppers and businesses to the area.
"The improvements we have already seen have made the High Street look better, feel safer and more welcoming. And there's more to come, with work to improve to Feltham town centre due to start next year."