The petition, which had 2,178 signatures, requested safety cameras to be installed from the junction of Shipley Airedale Road to Thornbury roundabout.
Vehicle surveys must show 90 per cent of speeds are at least 36mph.
But the figures for the Thornbury length of Leeds Road were assessed for speed cameras in 2009.
The collision data met the criteria but the speed data did not, with 90 per cent of speeds at 34mph.
The length of Leeds Road from the city to Killinghall Road was also assessed after the petition was submitted.
Speed was surveyed at two sites and 90 per cent of speeds were 31mph near Steadman Terrace and 33mph at Seymour Street.
But the committee did recommend that Bradford Council officials meet with West Yorkshire Police to undertake a pilot scheme for the use of automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras on Leeds Road and Barkerend Road.Councillor Jeanette Sunderland (Lib Dem, Idle and Thackley), said: "The top of Leeds Road is like a race track.The locations of mobile speed cameras in Bradford and West Yorkshire during the next week have been published to help improve road safety.The West Yorkshire Casualty Reduction Partnership publishes lists highlighting where speed cameras may be to encourage drivers to stick to the law and slow down for the safety of themselves and others.Roads targeted are those where there have been a lot of accidents, where surveys show people speed or where there have been complaints about anti-social driving from residents.A PETITION demanding speed cameras in Leeds Road has tonight been rejected by Bradford East Area Committee.