Nearly 90 per cent of residents living on or near Greenlees Road have said speeding is a problem on their street.
And a whopping 97 per cent reckon there is too much traffic on the road.
Residents were responding to a survey carried out by the local branch of the Liberal Democrats.
Around 120 people completed the survey, which looked to gauge opinion about traffic on the road.
Over three-quarters of respondents said they would support traffic lights at the junction of Brownside Road and Vicarland Road, while 91 per cent would support a restriction on large vehicles.
A number of problem junctions were identified including Brownside Road and Vicarland Road as well as East Kilbride Road.
Residents suggested a number of crossing points including near Kirkhill station.
Parking was highlighted as an issue along with the width of the pavement opposite the train station.
Dr Norman Rae, who is standing in the Cambuslang West ward for the Liberal Democrats, said: “We knew that there were problems on Greenlees Road, but the level of response has been astounding.
“People living on and around Greenlees Road are fed up.
“The level of traffic they’re having to deal with is having a real detrimental effect and it is clear that it needs to be better managed.”
Dr Rae hosted a meeting on the issue last week.
He added: “We had a really useful discussion and identified key priorities for change.
“We need more traffic control at junctions like Brownside Road/Vicarland Road and Tabernacle Lane to improve safely for drivers and pedestrians, but also to regulate
Action Dr Norman Rae wants to see restrictions implemented on Greenlees Road