A CAMPAIGN is under way to make Honley safer - and it could mean scrapping some traffic-calming measures.
A group of residents, businesses, Kirklees councillors and representatives from Kirklees's Highway Safety Unit have joined forces.
And one of the measures they discussed could include lowering the speed humps on Westgate through the centre of the village, which some people complain are too high.
They could be made lower or other road safety features put in to replace them.
The group - formed after discussions at a Kirklees area committee meeting - has been working together to identify the key areas for concern around the village centre.
Options are now being drawn up aimed at:
* Reducing the severity of current traffic-calming features
* Providing safer crossing facilities on Westgate
* Improving access to side roads for residents and businesses
* Regulating and improving parking
* General highway improvements.
Alison Cockayne, Kirklees Highways Project manager, said full consultation on the plans would start when the group was happy they could be carried out.
Some of the work could start next year if all went to plan, she added.
Ms Cockayne added that the group's effort highlighted its commitment to Honley and its residents.