Average speed cameras are set to replace the fixed cameras on the A3 Esher Bypass in Surrey.
The point-to-point digital cameras will supersede the old wet film ones on the 50mph northbound carriageway.
The Highways Agency started work earlier this week and the cameras are likely to be operational from late spring following a test period.
A Highways Agency spokesman commented: "Average speed check signage will be installed at the entry point to the enforced section and additional repeater 'camera' signs will be installed along the length of the enforced section to remind drivers".
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