More than 200 sites for new speed cameras have been earmarked across the West Midlands.
The locations, all accident blackspots, have been pinpointed by safety group the West Midlands Casualty Reduction Partnership. All of the sites have seen three serious injury or fatal road accidents in a three-year period.
There are currently 300 fixed roadside camera boxes across the region.
Latest figures show that last year nationally drivers had to fork out #114.5 million in fines, with a #60 ticket being issued every 15 seconds. But the Partnership claims that the number of fatalities and serious injuries drops by up to 55 per cent where a camera is installed.
However, the sites have to be approved by local authorities, and the partnership does not have the cash to install the cameras immediately. It accepts that other safety measures may have to be installed in some places.
Scheme manager Andrew Pearce said: "To put cameras on that number of sites would take years and years.
"The typical rate of installation in the West Midlands is 20-30 per year."
One of the worst blackspots is Constitution Hill in Birmingham city centre, where from October 2002 until September 2005, there were nine people killed or seriously injured and 52 received minor injuries.
Another is on the B4128 in Bordesley Green, where there were nine killed or seriously injured, and 67 hurt in the same period.
Roads where new speed cameras sites have been approved or are awaiting approval.
A41 Constitution Hill in both directions
Lodge Road in both directions
B4124 Hamstead Hill/ Old Walsall Road in both directions
A4040 Wellington Road in both directions
A452 Chester Road in both directions
A4040 Bromford Lane in both directions
B4128 Bordesley Green eastbound
A45 Small Heath Highway westbound
A441 Redditch Road in both directions
A441 Pershore Road southbound
Streetsbrook Road, Solihull
Chester Road, Chelmsley Wood
Winward Way, Chelmsley Wood