Families plagued by boy racers driving at high speeds past their homes in Kingstanding will stage another protest tomorrow.
This will be their third protest since they pledged to blockade the road every week until speed calming measures are introduced.
Neighbours in Finchley Road have already formed a human chain across the carriageway on the last two Tuesday afternoons and vow to continue protesting until action is taken.
The protests follow a number of road accidents, the most recent of which saw a police officer hurled through the windscreen of his patrol car last month.
Eleven years ago, nineyearold James McGhee was killed by a hit-and-run driver as he walked to post a Christmas card.
Protest organiser Lionel Felton, aged 57, said residents had written to Prime Minister Tony Blair. "It's terrible. You can mend a car but you can't mend a human life. We won't give up until this road is sorted out. By day it is congested, and by night it is a race track."
The protest is on Wednesday at 4pm.