Residents near the junction of Menock Road and Kingsbridge Drive, Croftfoot, have called on Glasgow City Council to install traffic lights or a pelican crossing.
But the council plans to put in a Traffic Calming Scheme, which Croftfoot and Menock Community Council believes will not improve the situation.
Campaigner John Williamson said: "We are not asking for a full set of lights, just to be able to get across the road safely.
"Menock Road is busy and there are lots of pensioners who need to cross over to the bus stops.
"Pupils from King's Park Primary also cross at this junction to get to the park for outdoor education and there are mums taking children to the nursery - we just want a safety measure put in place."
After several meetings with council staff a proposal was made for a Traffic Calming Scheme. This was later dropped following protests, including a 250-signature petition.
But the council has now decided to reinstate traffic calming plans.
Mr Williamson said: "A traffic calming system is not going to help people get across the road any more safely - it will just leave people waiting on traffic islands in the middle of the road."
The community council has arranged a meeting on Monday at 7pm in King's Park Baptist Church, Castlemilk Road.
A council spokesman said: "Officers and elected members are due to attend. No work will be carried out before then "