Homeowners along the A245 in Surrey say lorries carrying out late night deliveries to a depot are causing damage to houses.
People living on Byfleet Road want the speed limit reduced to 40mph.
Dr Joanne Horgan presented a petition to Surrey County Council and Elmbridge Borough Council Local Committee on behalf of residents.
She said: "We have a problem with lorries in the middle of the night travelling at very, very high speed along the road. The main problem is the noise which wakes us up and the physical shaking of the house, which is causing damage."
Members on the committee also said the road was dangerous for cyclists.
Councillor Ian Donaldson said: "I cycled this road with Elmbridge Cycle Group and it's very, very dangerous for cyclists, especially after the roundabout. So reducing it to 40mph and looking for a cycle lane would be very useful."
Nick Healey, Surrey County Council highways manager, said Highways England had agreed to look at improving the A245 Byfleet Road as part of their wider Wisley Interchange project for Junction 10 of the M3.