After robbing NSW of hundreds of thousands of dollars, the government have changed their tune and decided to bring back the good ol’ mobile speed camera warning signs.
So basically, if you’re speeding, you’ll get a warning sign about 200m before being in range of being caught. Not that we condone speeding but thanks gov!
From January 1, signs will pop back up. Natalie Ward, Minister for Metropolitan Roads said the government made the decision after listening to criticism from the community.
BREAKING: Government has backflipped on mobile speed camera warning signs, with signs to be reinstated from Jan 1. We have been calling for this since they first announced sign removal in Nov 2020. Speed cameras need to be about road safety not revenue raising. #nswpol
— John Graham (@JohnGrahamALP) October 10, 2022