Fast money: how a 10kmh change to speed limit cost Hunter motorists $1 million in six months

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Updated November 8 2018 - 10:33am, first published 5:30am
WARNING: A sign on Griffiths Road indicating the red-light speed camera, which captures offences in both the east and west directions.
WARNING: A sign on Griffiths Road indicating the red-light speed camera, which captures offences in both the east and west directions.

A SPEED-LIMIT reduction of 10km/h on one of Newcastle’s main arterial roads has netted the NSW government almost a million dollars more in fines revenue from two speed cameras alone in six months.

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Max McKinney

Journalist at Newcastle Herald

Max McKinney is a sports reporter with the Newcastle Herald. He previously worked in news, covering mainly local government and transport. Max mostly reports on the Newcastle Knights, but also covers a mix of local sport.

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