Average speed cameras on the A90 between Stonehaven and Charleston will be removed.
The temporary cameras have caught nearly 5,000 drivers in 15 months.
They are set to be removed as work to complete these sections of the Aberdeen bypass continue.
The contractor intends to remove the 50mph speed restriction once the cameras have gone.
The cameras at Charleston went live on 25 January 2017 and have caught 4,022 drivers.
The Stonehaven cameras meanwhile have caught 789 drivers since their appearance last May.
“Safety cameras aim to reduce the number of casualties on Scotland’s roads by encouraging improved driver behaviour.
“This temporary system has helped to enhance the safety of construction workers and road users.
“Works will still be taking place on and adjacent to the A90 but these will be carried out during periods when the road is expected to be quieter.
“Road users should continue to observe all signage and drive with more caution than usual until all works are complete.
“We thank road users and the local community for their ongoing support and patience during the construction works.”
A North Safety Camera Unit spokesman said: “The North Safety Camera Unit would like to thank road users for their co-operation and high level of compliance while these temporary average speed cameras were in place.”
Police will continue to monitor the speed of drivers and the permanent average speed camera system on the A90 between Dundee and Stonehaven will remain in place.