SPEED cameras in Mirfield will be switched on by the end of this month.
The eight cameras on Huddersfield Road are among many new ones installed across West Yorkshire in recent months.
Most of the other sites are in the Leeds area, although five cameras have been situated on Hightown Road, Cleckheaton.
The cameras have been set up by the West Yorkshire Casualty Reduction Partnership.
Its head of public affairs, Philip Gwynne, said: "The camera warning signs and camera housings - the bright yellow boxes at the side of the road - have been up for some time at these locations, so motorists have had plenty of notice that the cameras are coming.
"Every location has been scrutinised and approved by Department of Transport officials, to ensure they meet the strict Government criteria dictating where cameras can be put.
"This makes certain that cameras are only put at proven blackspots for crashes, casualties and fatalities caused by vehicles being driven too fast."
Mr Gwynne added: "These are all dangerous stretches of road, where innocent people have been killed or seriously hurt.
"We hope this knowledge - and that the cameras are now `live' - will encourage motorists to check they're keeping to the speed limit."