Speeding Fines in Victoria, Australia



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During the 2010-2011 financial year in the state of Victoria, there were 1.16m speeding fines issued by the Fixed camera systems and Mobile camera systems combined.

The breakdown between these two camera systems was almost equal with 585,405 from the Fixed camera systems, and 579,184 from the Mobile camera systems.

The real figures showing how fast the drivers were exceeding the limits were is as follows:

  • 79.717% Exceeded the speed limit by less than 10km/h
  • 14.345% Exceeded the speed limit by 10k but less than 15k
  • 5.045% Exceeded the speed limit by 15k but less than 25k
  • 0.464% Exceeded the speed limit by 25k but less than 30k
  • 0.194% Exceeded the speed limit by 30k but less than 35k
  • 0.107% Exceeded the speed limit by 35k but less than 40k
  • 0.051% Exceeded the speed limit by 40k but less than 45k
  • 0.070% Exceeded the speed limit by 45km/h or more
  • 0.007% Exceeded the speed limit by more than 20k in 110k zone

In conclusion about 80% of the total of all speeders in Victoria could have been doing 85 in a 80 zone, or equivalent.

Source: www.camerassavelives.vic.gov.au

Speed Camera locations.

The top 20 Speed Camera locations in Victoria, during April to June 2011 were:


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  1. Princes Freeway, Hoppers Crossing, Forsyth Road Bridge, Melbourne Bound – Lane 1, 2, 3, 4
  2. At The Intersection Of Frankston Freeway Off Ramp And Dandenong-Frankston Road, Frankston (Southwest Bound) – Lane 1, 2, 3
  3. Princes Freeway, Lara, Avalon Road Bridge, Melbourne Bound – Lane 1, 2, 3
  4. Western Ring Road, Sunshine West, Southbound, Boundary Road North Side Gantry – Lane 4
  5. Eastlink, Keysborough, Southbound, Dandenong Bypass Bridge – Lane 3
  6. West Gate Freeway, Altona North, Melbourne Bound – Lane 1, 2, 3, 4
  7. Western Ring Road, Laverton North, Northbound, Boundary Road South Side Gantry – Lane 3
  8. At The Intersection Of Alexandra Parade And George Street, Fitzroy North – Lane 1, 2, 3
  9. At The Intersection Of Flinders Street And William Street, Melbourne – Lane 1, 2, 3
  10. Western Ring Road, Sunshine West, Southbound, Boundary Road North Side Gantry – Lane 2
  11. At The Intersection Of Kings Way And Park Street, South Melbourne – Lane 1, 2, 3, 4
  12. Eastlink, Rowville, Northbound, Wellington Road Bridge – Lane 3
  13. Princes Freeway, Lara, Avalon Road Bridge, Geelong Bound – Lane 1, 2, 3
  14. Western Ring Road, Sunshine West, Southbound, Boundary Road North Side Gantry – Lane 3
  15. Princes Freeway, Hoppers Crossing, Forsyth Road Bridge, Geelong Bound – Lane 1, 2, 3, 4
  16. Eastbound, Midland Highway At Bagshot Level Crossing 40 Metres West Of Peatlings Road, Bagshot – Lane 1
  17. Princes Freeway, Little River, Point Wilson Road Bridge, Geelong Bound – Lane 1, 2, 3
  18. Eastlink, Keysborough, Southbound, Dandenong Bypass Bridge – Lane 2
  19. At The Intersection Of Albert Street And Gower Street, Preston (Northbound) – Lane 1, 2, 3
  20. Princes Freeway, Little River, Point Wilson Road Bridge, Melbourne Bound – Lane 1, 2, 3

Victorian Road Deaths:.

In 1970, the road death rate was 30 deaths per 100,000 population.
In 2010, the road death rate was 5.4 deaths per 100,000 population.

This shows a very big drop between these two years, which are both at the extreme ends of the range. In 1970 the road toll hit the highest ever point of 1,061 deaths, following a steady rise from about 500 in 1953. This reduced back down to about 400 in 1992 and hovered around that figure for the next 10 years until 2002. It then dropped to about 350 over the next few years, with further drops appearing in 2008 to 2010, to the 288 road deaths recorded in 2010.

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