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## What are the cameras on Peninsula Link?

TWO new speed cameras on the Peninsula Link freeway are zooming in on north and south-bound traffic. The cameras, on the Ballarto Road bridge, are instantaneous and point-to-point fixed speed cameras.

## Are Peninsula Link cameras point-to-point?

There are currently 2 point-to-point (P2P) camera systems operating in Victoria on the Hume Freeway and Peninsula Link. Both the Hume and Peninsula Link camera system enforce point-to-point (calculated average speed) and instantaneous (the speed as detected at the location of a camera).

## How far can a speed camera catch you Australia?

The camera will photograph a speeding vehicle at an average distance of 12 metres.

## How far apart are point-to-point cameras?

The system uses two separate cameras located some distance apart: from less than 1km, through to 75-80km lengths. The camera technology can determine if a vehicle has travelled faster than the minimum legal travel time for a specific section of road by reading and matching vehicle number plates at each camera site.

## How do Speeding point cameras work?

Unlike regular speed cameras, the point-to-point average cameras calculate speed by measuring the time it takes a vehicle to travel between two points. If the calculated average is over the speed limit, an incident is recorded.

## How much are speeding fines Vic?

Penalties for speeding for vehicles 4.5 tonnes or below

Exceeding the speed limit Penalty (as at I July 2021) Automatic licence suspension
By less than 10 km/h \$227
10 km/h – 24 km/h \$363
25 km/h – 29 km/h \$500 3 months
30 km/h – 34 km/h \$591 3 months

## Do average speed cameras check speed?

Average speed cameras work by recording your speed at two different points. They don’t capture your speed in a single flash. Instead, they’ll monitor your speed over a length of road. This is so people don’t slow down just before they see a camera and then speed up again afterwards.

## Do police cars have speed cameras Australia?

Police officers can operate mobile speed cameras from marked and unmarked vehicles, in uniform or in plain clothes, at approved sites. Speed enforcement is anywhere anytime on Queensland roads.

## Can average speed cameras catch you?

Secret Hack to average cameras It’s an average of your speed between two points, and on longer stretches can have multiple cameras averaged out together. So despite slamming on the brakes for the cameras, speeding up during that journey will still catch you out.

## Do point to point cameras get cars?

All States and Territories, except for NSW, use average speed cameras to detect speeding cars. In NSW, they’re only used to detect speeding heavy vehicles or those with a trailer with a GVM of 4.5t.

## Can average speed cameras catch you on the phone?

New ‘Yellow Vulture’ speed cameras include precision technology capable of catching drivers on the phone, smoking, eating and even without a seatbelt on!

## Are there speed cameras on the Peninsula Link?

TWO new speed cameras on the Peninsula Link freeway are zooming in on north and south-bound traffic. The cameras, on the Ballarto Road bridge, are instantaneous and point-to-point fixed speed cameras.

## How many cars travel on Peninsula Link a day?

Police are out in force every day taking dangerous drivers off the roads and infrastructure upgrades are delivering safer roads across the state.” More than 2.2 million cars travel along Peninsula Link every month. Comments are closed.

## Where are the cameras on Carrum Downs Road?

25 cameras are positioned at 8 locations (4 northbound and 4 southbound) along the 27 kilometre stretch of road between Carrum Downs and Mount Martha. Cameras capture traffic travelling in both directions, with active point-to-point cameras effectively creating 3 northbound and 3 southbound P2P zones.

## Where are the cameras on the Princes Freeway?

8 cameras at 8 active locations along the Princes Freeway and Westgate Freeway between Melbourne and Geelong. There are 4 cameras on the freeway at Glen Iris that capture traffic travelling in both directions, detecting speed across 8 lanes (4 northbound lanes and 4 southbound lanes).