City of Wolverhampton Council is acting following concerns from residents about speeding and the size of vehicles using Mill Lane, Pattingham Road, Perton Road and Wightwick Bank.
A 20mph zone and a 7.5 tonne environmental weight limit are to be implemented, with the first phase of work due to begin on Monday 11 January.
Councillor Peter Bilson, Cabinet Member for City Assets, said: "We have listened to residents' concerns and carried out the necessary assessments.
"These traffic calming measures will make these roads safer and we urge people to remain patient while the works take place."
The first phase will see the construction of speed cushions at Pattingham Road and Tinacre Hill, with 1 lane closed and traffic control in place.
The next 3 phases will maintain access to frontages and fully signed diversion routes will be in place around road closures.
The second phase will see speed cushions installed on Wightwick Bank. Wightwick Bank will be closed to traffic between Bridgnorth Road and Mill Lane from Monday 18 January to Saturday 23 January.
The third phase will see speed cushions installed on Mill Lane. The section of road between Wightwick Bank/Mount Road and School Road will be closed to traffic from Monday 25 January to Saturday 30 January.
The final phase will see speed thumps constructed on Perton Road. The section of road between Wightwick Bank and Pattingham Road/Tinacre Hill will be closed to traffic from Monday 1 February to Saturday 6 February.
- released: Monday 4 January, 2016