Calls for a flyover at an accident blackspot are set to be discussed on Tuesday.
Campaigners say they fear it will take more fatalities before the Government can be persuaded to build a new junction at an accident blackspot in Aberdeenshire.
There have been calls for a flyover on the A90 at Laurencekirk for the past eight years.
The issue is to be discussed on Tuesday at the Scottish Parliament's Public Petitions Committee.
The junction is on a 20-mile stretch of road between Brechin and Stonehaven where there's no bridge to allow vehicles to cross.
There were four fatal collisions and 15 serious accidents between 1999 and 2010.
Schemes for a grade separated junction have been costed at between £13m and £28m.
MSP for Angus North and Mearns Nigel Don said the problem would not go away until a flyover was put in place.
He said: "It's still a dangerous junction. It's still the only bit of the main trunk route that has a 50mph limit on it which is designed to keep accidents down and is succeeding in keeping accidents down. But it's still a dangerous junction.
"There are still large numbers of buses and lorries that go across every day and there's a significant volume of traffic heading at high speed north and south. So the issue is still there. It's not going to go away until we have some kind of flyover at that point. Sooner or later we are going to have the dreadful accident that I fear.”
Jill Fotheringham, a road safety campaigner, said: "Anyone who uses the junction will have witnessed something or seen something. Lorries can't cross there and stay on the central reservation without the back end of the trailer hanging on to the fast lane and we see this all the time. All it's going to take is more fatalities."
Transport Scotland has said a number of improvements have already been made at the site.