Stroud residents have nominated 13 town streets for a Town Council road safety initiative.
The Town Council launched the campaign after receiving a grant from the Gloucestershire Police and Crime Commissioner for four vehicle activated signs.
The signs can be designed to display reminders of the speed limit or other warning messages and are activated by oncoming vehicles.
The Town Council was so inundated with responses from residents as to where the signs should go that they have decided to commit extra funding to the project so that the signs can be moved around.
It received two petitions totalling 324 signatures for Stratford Road and Parliament Street.
The 13 nominated roads are: Beeches Green Road, Bisley Old Road, Bisley Road, Bowbridge Lane, Brick Row, Farmhill Lane, Folly Lane, Lansdown, London Road, Parliament Street, Peghouse Rise, Slad Road and Stratford Road.
Gloucestershire Highways must now carry out an intensive assessment of the roads to determine which are suitable for the signs. This process is likely to take several weeks.
Gloucestershire Highways has the final say on which sites are chosen for the signs.
“We’d like to thank residents for the amazing response we have had with this initiative,” said Town Mayor Kevin Cranston.
“The road safety in our town is of great importance and we would urge Gloucestershire Highways to make these assessments a high priority so that action can be taken.”
Police and Crime Commissioner Martin Surl, who has made safe and social driving a priority, said: “Involving the people who are most affected is the best way to find a solution because they know best where the problem areas are.
“Like the town council, I get more correspondence about speeding – particularly in rural areas – than just about anything else. It is the most common contributor to road accidents and motorists must get the message it is dangerous and irresponsible.
“I hope these signs will go some way to achieving that. Getting the backing of local community is the first step.”