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Dominic Perrottet’s speed camera reversal: Warning signs RETURN to NSW


Good news for drivers: Speed camera warning signs RETURN as government backflips on removal amid public outcry – but not before collecting $21m in fines










Mobile speed camera warning signs are returning to New South Wales from February in a government backflip following a public backlash as speeding fines skyrocketed. 

‘The focus on safety as well as awareness will ensure the program is still effective in reducing speeding and the significant trauma it causes,’ Transport Minister Rob Stokes said.

‘This was always about saving lives, and we will continue to find ways to reduce the number of lives lost on our roads as we aim towards zero fatalities by 2050.’

More to come.

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