Here's Where The New Red Light Speed Cameras Are Stationed
The message is pretty simple. Don't speed. Don't run a red light...
But for those who may struggle from time to time abiding with the rules, there could be an increasing number of fines headed your way.
A number of combined red light speed cameras have been installed across the state in permanent 'high risk' intersections.
Don't get caught out.
Assistant Commissioner Mike Keating, Road Policing Command, announced a number of new combined red light speed cameras sites at high risk intersections that will be operational from today. https://t.co/T2Dwz6JCbY pic.twitter.com/ngTmTrpisl— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) September 24, 2018
“All motorists have a responsibility to drive safely to ensure all Queenslanders get to their destinations safely,” Assistant Commissioner Mike Keating said.
“These cameras will assist in reducing travel speeds at high-risk intersections by operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
“We want all road users to be compliant with traffic light signals and also travel at the speed limit through intersections.’’
And they are being rolled out from today, with a further three being installed in October.
• Old Logan Road, Camira at intersection with Alice Street
• Logan River Road, Edens Landing at intersection with Castile Crescent
• Mount Gravatt-Capalaba Road, Mackenzie at intersection with Gateway Motorway
• Warwick Road, Yamanto at intersection with Cunningham Highway
• Bruce Highway, Gympie (Wickham Street) at intersection with Monkland Street
• Bruce Highway, Mt Sheridan at intersection with Coombs Street
• Cunningham Highway, Warwick at intersection with Fitzroy Street.