Speed cameras at St Marys and Kingswood have issued almost 10,000 fines in the last year, raking in millions of dollars in revenue for the NSW Government.
Figures published in The Daily Telegraph today reveal the camera in Kingswood on Parker Street near St Dominic’s College issued 5,129 tickets in the last financial year. That equates to some $1.6 million in fines.
Meantime the camera in St Marys at the intersection of the Great Western Highway and Charles Hackett Drive issued 4,661 tickets and generated around $1 million in fines.
The camera in the WestConnext M4 East tunnel issued 22,094 tickets between July 1 last year and June 30 this year, worth some $7.1 million.
The NRMA is due to comment on the speed camera revenue later today.