A new cycleway could be built on a busy main road that saw more than 100 casualties in less than three years.

TfL hopes that the new route along Harrow Road will help to make journeys between Wembley and Harlesden safer.

Under current plans, a protected two-way cycle lane would be built in Harrow Road and Brentfield.

There will be new and improved cycle and pedestrian crossings over Harrow Road and the North Circular Road as well as more street lighting throughout the area.

The project – launched in collaboration with Brent Council – aims to cut road danger in the area.

Between January 2018 and December 2020, 90 crashes occurred in Harrow Road, resulting in 109 casualties.

Other proposals include increasing greenery in the area and introducing a new pedestrian crossing over Brentfield near Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre and more direct crossings at the North Circular Road junction.

TfL is now running a consultation on the plans on its website.

Helen Cansick, TfL’s head of healthy streets investment, said: “These improvements in north west London would enable more people to safety walk and cycle, giving the local community better sustainable and healthy travel options.

“We look forward to hearing from Londoners and invite their valuable feedback to shape the future of Brent before the consultation closes on December 21.”