Further traffic restrictions would be implemented in a notorious part of Glenroy under a plan to be considered by councillors on Monday night.
A spate of crashes around Ryan Road, Tenbrink Street, Hodge Street and Watson Street last year led to speed restrictions, closures and the installation of barriers.
Albury Council staff have recommended the changes be retained following a trial but that southbound access to Hodge Street returns.
Wilkinson and Watson streets would also have flat top speed humps installed as part of a trial.
The trial would run for six months at a cost of $40,000, with five speed humps installed.
If the trial was successful, the speed humps could be retained at no additional cost.
A report notes there has been a "history of undesirable driver behaviour in Glenroy" with changes to the roads, rather than police enforcement, the best way to bring about change.
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"There have also been cases of hoon driving and a series of vehicle collisions," the report states.
"Council has made some traffic modifications to address the situation but it is clear that some further action is now required.
"The nature of the traffic problem means that some experimenting of modifications has and will be required to come up with the best traffic solution for Glenroy."
The council sought feedback from residents and received 130 responses.
A wide variety of views were expressed.
The proposals put forward by council staff will be considered by councillors at Monday night's meeting.