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Later this week, Solihull Council will be discussing plans for a pilot project, which will see digital devices put in place at a handful of locations where there is a history of drivers breaking the limit.
The Bradford Road/Chester Road, in Castle Bromwich, is one of the sites which has been singled-out as a cause for concern.
The northbound carriageway of the A452 Collector Road could also have its own permanent camera, depending on how far the council can stretch its budget.
In total, the borough will invest £400,000 in the initiative, which will be run in collaboration with Birmingham City Council.
The scheme is being put together following the controversial decision, taken in 2013, to turn off more than 300 speed cameras across the region.
For more about the project, look out for next month's edition of Other Side of Solihull.