The state’s five worst camera hotspots for drivers driving and driving red lights were revealed when an intersection in Loganholme took third place.
Nearly 20 million vehicles passed the fixed-speed camera on the Pacific Motorway in Loganholme last year, fined 16,006 drivers for violating traffic regulations.
The worst place to be fined for speeding or red light racing was at Broadbeach Waters, where 28,522 violations were reported for both offenses at the intersection of Bermuda and Rudd Streets.
More than 5.6 million cars passed the fixed-speed, red-light camera at the intersection, and fines of more than $ 5.98 million have been imposed.
Even with signs alerting drivers to fixed-speed cameras and red light, the state’s second highest returning fixed-camera site at the intersection of Mount Gravatt-Capalaba Rd, MacKenzie, was fined 19,363 for the merge of the Gateway Motorway.
The drivers on Main Street, Kangaroo Point, also failed to slow down and obey the law. 15,236 fines were imposed after more than 6,560,611 cars drove past the fixed camera.
The mobile speed camera on the Bruce Highway in Burpengary East was the fifth highest website for fines last year with 15,161 notices.
A police spokesman said the fixed cameras were in high risk locations and all had signs alerting drivers to the cameras.
With an average fine of $ 210 in Queensland, the sum of the five camera locations was estimated at $ 19.8 million.
Police released the details of the five worst speed and red light running points in the run-up to the long Easter weekend, which begins on Good Friday, April 2nd.
There are more than 15 fixed-speed camera locations in the Southeast, with 951,195 camera fines totaling $ 191.6 million in the 2018-19 period.
That was a year-over-year increase in 2016-17, when 674,819 fines were imposed on drivers from the camera program, grossing $ 132.8 million.
There are also two point-to-point speed cameras on the Bruce Highway and 3000 mobile speed camera locations.
There are an additional 21 combined red light and speed camera locations in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast.
The current fine for those who drive less than 8 mph above the speed limit is $ 177, which increases to $ 266 for drivers who drive at least 13 km / h but no more than 20 km / h.
A fine of $ 444 up to $ 622 will be imposed if the vehicle is over 20 km / h but not more than 30 km / h
Those who drove more than 40 km / h above the speed limit received a $ 1,245 fine, eight points and a six month ban.
Browns Plains: A well-used red light camera is located at the intersection of Wembley Rd and Browns Plains Rd in Browns Plains
Gold Coast: Bermuda and Rudd St on the Gold Coast, where there have been complaints about speed losses from 70 km to 60 km.
North Seas: Southern Cross Way north, usual place shortly after exiting the gate.
Queensland has 3000 mobile speed camera locations that have been carefully selected, with the history of the crash being the main reason.
Charters Towers Road at the junction with Bayswater Road, Hyde Park
Charters Towers Road at the junction with Boundary Street, West End
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