Work to stabilise and reopen a road tunnel in Dorset where two people were killed in a landslip should include a memorial, a councillor has said.
Rosemary Snell and Michael Rolfe, from Somerset, died when their car was buried at Beaminster Tunnel in July.
A plan to install a concrete hood over the tunnel entrance has emerged as the front-runner with locals.
Councillor Rebecca Knox called for the "quickest and safest" option to be chosen.
Five possible solutions were originally put on the table with the hood extension and a proposal to stabilise the slope becoming preferred options - both would take six months to complete.