PROTESTERS have urged Kirklees Council to fix a road they consider dangerous.
Residents of Lascelles Hall Road handed a petition to two councillors demanding action on potholes and a collapsed wall.
Almondbury representatives Linda Wilkinson and John Smithson accepted the 50-signature petition outside Huddersfield Town Hall yesterday.
The protesters are concerned about the dozens of potholes on the road in Lepton.
They also believe Lascelles Hall Road has become more dangerous since a wall collapsed in August, forcing Kirklees Council to make the road one way.
Earlier this month petition organiser Barrie Holt counted 20 cars travelling the wrong way up the road in just 45 minutes.
Clr Smithson said: "I want the wall rebuilt so we don't have the situation where people are risking going the wrong way up a one-way road.
"The council needs to pull its finger out or a crash is inevitable."
The Lib Dem praised residents for organising the petition, which was started four weeks ago.
He said: "I want to commend them for getting involved because it's hard for the council to ignore a protest like this."