More average speed cameras will be installed at seven more locations across Bedfordshire, the local council has announced.
The villages of Bromham, Clapham, Colmworth, Elstow and Willington are set to have the cameras installed, alongside Hillgrounds Road in Kempston and Mile Road in Bedford.
The cameras measure the average speed over a length of road, rather than measuring it at a fixed point.
The council says they'll have a greater impact on reducing speeding, by effecting how fast people choose to drive rather than just slowing down for a speed camera.
They also help drivers choose a more appropriate lower speed across the road network.
And the council has emphasised that the cameras are not a money-making scheme, with all the fines being retained by central government.
Mayor Dave Hodgson said: