A HI-TECH solution is being brought in this week to solve parking problems in Huddersfield.
Work will start tomorrow to install 11 electronic signs around the ring road.
They will tell motorists where parking spaces are available in the town.
The signs will also show drivers where the next car park is and how many spaces are left in it.
If there are no spaces, the signs will direct drivers to the next available car park.
The signs will be updated every few minutes.
Some of the signs will be near the sports centre on Southgate and on Queensgate, near the Heaven and Hell nightclub and St Paul's Hall.
Most of the signs will be on Castlegate, outside the bus station, near the magistrates' court and the Technical College.
The aim of the signs is to improve traffic flow around the town centre and to boost the use of major car parks in the town.
Clr David Payne, Kirklees Council Cabinet member for highways and transport, said: "At the busiest times it can be difficult to find a parking place in Huddersfield.
"This system will be a real benefit to local people, to visitors and to town centre businesses.
"It shows the council's continuing commitment to the development of our town centre."
Consultants Pell Frischmann have worked with Kirklees highway and transport officials to develop the signs, which will be installed by Dambach UK.
Work will take place during off-peak traffic hours to avoid causing congestion.
The £140,000 cost of the signs has been paid for by Kirklees Council, the Kingsgate Shopping Centre and the Government.