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NSW Mobile speed camera locations list

Discussion in 'Politics, Laws, Government & Insurance' at netrider.net.au started by goz, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. Mobile Speed Camera Locations
    The following locations have been selected based on criteria developed by the RTA’s NSW Centre for Road Safety in
    consultation with the NSW Police Force and NRMA Motoring and Services.
    The criteria are primarily based on crash history. The following initial locations have been selected from those previously
    used in the NSW Police Force program, and the NSW Centre for Road Safety has reassessed these locations and
    prioritised those that have been identified as having a high number of crashes.







    http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/roadsafety/downloads/mobile_speed_camera_locations_0710.pdf




    well there is the list, so if you see them, put down the exact location here
     
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  2. If any of you see these camera vehicles, please take a photo of them and post it.
     
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  3. A few of those places I know well, and in a couple of them the majority that I know of were caused by fatigue, not speed.
     
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  4. Complete BS.

    Thankfully, there's only one on the way into work. New line road, Dural.
     
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  5. Someone's been playing with a dart-board, the crash figures for two roads I know VERY well, The Freeway (F6) at Berkeley, and the Princes Highway at Albion Park/ Albion Park Rail were pulled out of a hat, I'm sure. Most of the accidents (and I'd my money agaisnt their's) on the Highway at Albion Park/Rail are nose to tail in morning peak hour/afternoon peak hour, at speeds lower than the 70 kph limit; probably closer to 40 - 50 kph. At Berkeley most of the accidents are again in shift-change time for the industries, and usually involve dozy gits not watching for people merging off and onto the road, (albiet at highway speeds). And one of the fatalities on the Albion Park section was a bozo who got drunk at the pub and lay down on the road and got run over :roll:.

    Still it will be a big money-spinner, but if they want to make some REAL cash, they ought to hang around any of the streets connecting and crossing the main street of Oak Flats; they'll run out of film before their shift ends.....
     
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  6. For those with no pdf

    Albion Park / Albion Park Rail Princes Highway
    Albury Hume Highway
    Anna Bay Nelson Bay Road
    Arrawarra Pacific Highway
    Ashfield Parramatta Road
    Auburn M4 Motorway
    Awaba Cessnock Road
    Baan Baa / Boggabri Kamilaroi Highway
    Balgowlah Sydney Road
    Ballina Pacific Highway
    Bathurst Mid Western Highway
    Beaumont Hills Windsor Road
    Belford New England Highway
    Bennetts Green Pacific Highway
    Beresfield John Renshaw Drive
    Berkeley / Kembla Grange Southern Freeway
    Berridale Kosciuszko Road
    Berry Gerroa Road
    Blackheath Great Western Highway
    Blacksmiths Pacific Highway
    Blacktown Blacktown Road
    Blayney Mid Western Highway
    Bookham Hume Highway
    Bowenfels Great Western Highway
    Bowral / Mittagong Moss Vale Road
    Boxers Creek Hume Highway
    Bradbury Appin Road
    Branxton New England Highway
    Bredbo / Colinton Monaro Highway
    Broadwater / East Wardell / North Broadwater Pacific Highway
    Bulli Princes Highway
    Burwood Parramatta Road
    Camberwell New England Highway
    Cambewarra Cambewarra Road / Moss Vale Road
    Camperdown Parramatta Road
    Capertee Castlereagh Highway
    Caringbah Captain Cook Drive
    Carlton Princes Highway
    Cartwright Hoxton Park Road
    Cassilis Golden Highway
    Casula Hume Highway
    Cataract / Madden Plains Southern Freeway
    Centennial Park Oxford Street
    Chatsworth / Maclean Pacific Highway
    Chatsworth / Woodburn Pacific Highway
    Chullora Hume Highway
    Clybucca Pacific Highway
    Coffs Harbour Pacific Highway - North
    Coffs Harbour Pacific Highway - South
    Collaroy Pittwater Road
    Condell Park Edgar Street
    Conjola Princes Highway
    Coolgardie / North Wardell / Pinlico Pacific Highway
    Coonabarabran Newell Highway
    Corowa Redlands Road
    Corrimal / Towradgi Princes Highway
    Cremorne Military Road
    Cronulla Kingsway
    Croydon Parramatta Road
    Culcairn Olympic Highway
    Cullen Bullen Castlereagh Highway
    Cumbalum / Tintenbar Pacific Highway
    Cundletown Pacific Highway
    Dapto Princes Highway
    Dean Park Richmond Road
    Doonside Knox Road
    Drummoyne Lyons Road
    Dubbo Mitchell Highway
    Dubbo Wingewarra Street
    Dural New Line Road
    East Gosford York Street
    East Wagga Wagga / Forest Hill / Gumly Gumly Sturt Highway
    Elderslie Camden Valley Way
    Eungai Rail Pacific Highway
    Fairy Meadow Princes Highway
    Forbes Back Marsden Road
    Forster The Lakes Way
    Foxground Princes Highway
    Freemans Waterhole Palmers Road
    Gateshead Pacific Highway
    Geehi Alpine Way
    Gerringong Princes Highway
    Gillieston Heights Cessnock Road
    Griffith / Leeton Irrigation Way
    Halfway Creek Pacific Highway - North
    Halfway Creek Pacific Highway - South
    Hampton Jenolan Caves Road
    Harpers Hill New England Highway
    Hartley Great Western Highway
    Heatherbrae Pacific Highway
    Helensburgh Southern Freeway
    Holdsworthy Heathcote Road
    Hopefield Hopefield Rand Road
    Ilford Castlereagh Highway
    Ingleburn Hume Highway
    Karuah / Tea Gardens Pacific Highway
    Karuah / Twelve Mile Creek Pacific Highway
    Kelso Gilmour Street
    Kelso Great Western Highway - East
    Kelso Great Western Highway - West
    Kurrajong Bells Line of Road
    Leppington Camden Valley Way - North
    Leppington Camden Valley Way - South
    Lismore Bruxner Highway
    Lismore Bruxner Highway
    Lithgow Great Western Highway
    Maitland New England Highway
    Marulan Hume Highway - East
    Marulan Hume Highway - West
    Meadow Flat Great Western Highway
    Merewether Heights Pacific Highway
    Monak Sturt Highway
    Moree Newell Highway - North
    Moree Newell Highway - South
    Moruya Princes Highway
    Mount Ousley Southern Freeway
    Murrumbateman Barton Highway
    Muswellbrook New England Highway
    Nemingha New England Highway
    Oatlands / Parramatta Kissing Point Road
    Pymble Mona Vale Road
    Pymble Pacific Highway
    Rouse Hill Windsor Road
    Russell Lea Lyons Road
    South Hurstville King Georges Road
    Stanmore Parramatta Road
    Stockinbingal Burley Griffin Way
    Tabbimoble / Woodburn Pacific Highway
    Tilbuster New England Highway - North
    Tilbuster New England Highway - South
    Tocumwal Newell Highway
    Turvey Park Bourke Street
    Unanderra Princes Highway
    Urunga / South Urunga Pacific Highway
    Villawood Hume Highway
    Wallendbeen Burley Griffin Way
    Warilla Lake Entrance Road
    Warrawong King Street
    Wentworth Falls Great Western Highway
    Werrington Great Western Highway
    West Tweed Heads Piggabeen Road
    West Wyalong Newell Highway
    Wyalong Newell Highway
    Yarra Federal Highway
    Yetholme Great Western Highway
    Young Back Creek Road
     
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  7. Yes, that Forbes, with it's three crashes in the last two years, has certainly been the focus point of the media for almost a decade now.=D>=D>

    Hats off to the RTA and NSW Police force.


    If they spell the name of a place wrong, can you contest a fine if you receive one on the basis that they didnt give the location?
     
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  8. Bonk: they look like white ford territory's with stuff on the roof/side. There is a pic in the 4km/h thread I think.
     
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  9. here's a story from my local rag ( and it is a piece of crap newspaper ) they will print tomorrow...
    http://manly-daily.whereilive.com.au/news/story/speed-camera-program-targets-black-spots-in-collaroy-and-balgowlah/

    "The RTA made no delay in targeting one of these sites yesterday morning, with an unmarked, black Ford Territory, fitted with the small cameras, spotted on Pittwater Rd near Long Reef Golf Course."

    so they coem in white and black!!


    cant say i remember 2 deaths in balgowlah, but hey, thats one of the spots. i do see the police pinging people heading along sydney road in the school times coming to manly. coppers were there this morning.
     
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  10. Do they need to put the signs next to the cars? Could help spotting them.
     
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  11. will be just in front of the cars, thats where its bullshit, if the idea is to slow people down and not revenue raising, put a few signs out leading up to the car
     
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  12. commented
     
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  13. So you guys are going the VicPol way... based upon Victorian experience, you can expect that the authorities (ie. government) will now do absolutely nothing that actually gets people to slow down before being booked, because that interferes with the revenue collection.
     
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  14. Does this thing take pictures from the front and back?

    i reckon we should get a google map going everytime someone spots one they mark it on google maps :p
     
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  15. front back up to 6 lanes and video
     
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  16. THE Roads Minister yesterday denied there were ''current plans'' for more than six digital mobile speed cameras - even though each camera would have to operate for 67 hours a day to fulfil the state government's target of 12,200 hours a month by July 2011.
    The six cameras started operating in six regions around NSW yesterday - with only one camera to be active in the greater Sydney region.
    In the first month, when warning letters will be sent and no fines issued, the cameras - which can operate at night - will be active for only six hours a day each.
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    The meagre start to the program - less than one camera for every million residents - was criticised by the Pedestrian Council, which called on the government to operate more cameras in more, undisclosed, locations.
    The minister, David Borger, remained unapologetic for not revealing exactly where the cameras would be stationed every day, saying motorists had been provided with a list of 150 likely locations, which were accident black spots.
    ''All the evidence shows that if people know exactly, precisely, where a location will be, they will temporarily slow down and may speed up again after they get to that location, so that the risks of injuries and the risks of deaths are still maintained along that section of road.''
    The government is spending $1.2 million on an advertising campaign about the scheme, more than half as much as the $2 million contract to supply and operate cameras for a year. But the government expects to earn $137 million in fines from the cameras this financial year.
    Mr Borger said the abolition of old film-based mobile speed cameras was responsible for an increase in the road toll in recent years and predicted a reduction. ''We think that six cameras can make an impact on the road toll in NSW.''
    Mobile speed cameras had reduced the road toll by 25 per cent in Queensland and 34 per cent in Victoria, he said.
    ''The current plans are that there are six vehicles in NSW. There are no current plans to expand it beyond that,'' Mr Borger said. But his spokeswoman later acknowledged that that this was incorrect.
    When the former transport minister, David Campbell, announced the program in March, the government spoke of 35 to 40 cameras to deliver 12,200 hours of enforcement a month.
    Mr Borger's spokeswoman said last night the RTA ''can't remember that statistic'' and that it might have been ''an estimate''.
     
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  17. Here's an illustration of the stupidity of the RTA. This from news.com.au

    Among those caught at the weekend was a 23-year-old man travelling at 129km/h in an 80km/h zone at Eastwood, and a 31-year-old who had his licence suspended after driving at 130km/h in an 80km/h zone on the Warringah Freeway, north of Sydney.

    If the road has an 80kph speed limit, it's not a FREEWAY, surely :?
     
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  18. they've made most of our "freeways" 80 k's and other bullsh!t
     
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  19. There's also no 80kph section of road in Eastwood...
     
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