Police have revealed where mobile speed camera vans are to be based across the Harrogate district in the coming days.
Although officers have not revealed the exact location, or the dates that North Yorkshire Police vans will be patrolling, they have disclosed the street locations until June 11.
“Cameras will not be in use all day, every day,” a spokesman for the force said, explaining the system.
“Members of the public can now view the results of the safety camera enforcement activity on the force website,” she added.
“Up to date data for the previous week is uploaded every Tuesday which can be interrogated by route and date ranges.”
Vans will be based at locations across North Yorkshire, including the A59 High Street in Starbeck, the A61 at Thirsk, the A6108 at North Stainley, and the A64 east and west-bound Tadcaster bypass.
They will be at the B6163 Thistle Hill at Calcutt, the B6255 on Gayle Moor and Redshaw Farm in Hawes and the B6268 Masham Road in Bedale, as well as along Jennyfield Drive in Harrogate.