I'd love to know the 'logic' behind setting speed limits. Roadworks have been going on (everywhere) and a road I travel frequently (Frankston-Flinders Road) is affected. My frustration began when cheese cutters started going up everywhere, especially straight stretches of road for no obvious reason. Now it has peaked - a large section of the roadwork is complete, and to compliment the fact the road is now safer (shoulders), the speed limit has dropped for 70 to 60 for an almost 3 KM stretch! Why would that be I wondered? The area is fairly busy during the day, but after 10 pm the road is empty... What possible motive could there be to drop the limit? Google Map Point B. The only mobile speed camera location in Somerville, smack bang in the middle of the new 60 zone (which has no "Limit Changed" signs, mind you). Even better - this camera primarily operates between 8 and 11 pm... the times when the road is quiet and perfectly capable of carrying traffic at speeds well above 60. ](*,) I hate this state.