Here's one this arvo at 5:30pm on Old Cleveland Road (inbound) at Carina (Brisbane in a 60 kph zone): The draft National Road safety Strategy has a big emphasis on speed and its enforcement. The placement of this camera begs the questions: 1. Is it contributing directly to saving lives being placed in this location during peak hour? (i.e. Is this a known black spot?) 2. Is it contributing indirectly to reducing the road toll being placed in this location (during peak hour)? 3. If the answer to either of these first 2 questions is 'yes', then how effective is this measure generally when compared to: a) Placement at known black spots at high risk times of the day? b) Having the police officer who is sitting inside actually driving a marked police vehicle rather than a covert parked vehicle? So can we expect many more of these as well as point-to-point systems as the state and federal governments emphasise speed as the main solution? I am sure all these questions have been asked before, and the answers from many respondents will be that the focus appears to be revenue raising. What do you think?