Nominate site for speed camera bid

SPEEDING motorists will be getting some extra attention with residents being encouraged to nominate locations for mobile speed cameras.

While there will be no increase in mobile speed camera enforcement hours, the number of cameras will double with 2,700 new sites across the State.
The latest crash data shows that during 2022, drivers who live in the Cumberland LGA were involved in 1,145 crashes within the Sydney region, including 406 crashes within Cumberland and a further 739 elsewhere in Sydney.
State MPs Julia Finn (Granville) and Lynda Voltz (Auburn) have said it was important the cameras go in the right places and encouraged the community to get on the Transport for NSW website and “nominate locations they feel speed cameras are necessary”.
“We know speeding kills … To achieve the ultimate goal of zero deaths and serious injuries on NSW roads, the NSW Government needs help from our community,” Ms Finn said.
Ms Voltz said that speeding was one of the things she got the most complaints about and this was one way to respond to the community’s calls for action.
“There are numerous places across the Auburn electorate that mobile speed cameras should be set up,” she said.
Every active mobile speed camera session will continue to have two portable warning signs before the enforcement vehicle and one after it, as well as rooftop signage.
The community can nominate locations at