Project status: In Progress

How you had YourSay

The ACT Government undertakes an evaluation of the Road Safety Camera Program every three years. As part of the evaluation a community survey is being conducted to better understand community views on road safety cameras in the ACT. All licensed drivers from the ACT are welcome to participate.

The ACT road safety camera program complements police enforcement as part of the Government's speed management approach. The program currently comprises 13 fixed red light/speed cameras, 13 fixed speed cameras at nine locations, one point to point camera and ten mobile camera vans.

The program evaluation last occurred in 2018 and the evaluation report can be viewed on the City Services website.

The survey was conducted by Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC), the largest multi-disciplinary research centre in Australia specialising in the study of injury and injury prevention. The project is funded by the ACT Government Transport Canberra and City Services Directorate.

The anonymous survey responses will be stored at the Monash University Accident Research Centre on a secure server and only the researchers on the project team will have access. The data will be destroyed when it is no longer required.

The survey has now closed.

Once the survey results are analysed, they will be included in the Road Safety Camera Program Evaluation and will be shared here.

We are looking at

We want to understand the community attitudes towards:

  • fixed, mobile and point-to-point speed cameras
  • red light cameras, and
  • future uses of road safety cameras.

The survey also touches on broader road safety issues such as:

  • speeding
  • speed limits
  • enforcement activities, and
  • penalties.

We will use your views to

The survey will be used as part of the Road Safety Camera Program evaluation.

The results will also be compared to the last Road Safety Camera Program evaluation that took place in 2018.