Victoria’s road safety camera system consists of both fixed and mobile cameras placed at carefully chosen locations.

The types of camera are:



Road safety cameras positioned at intersections are preventing crashes and in doing so are saving lives, minimising and averting injuries.

Research by the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) shows a 47% reduction in crashes on the intersection approach where a camera was installed and a 26% reduction on the other intersection approaches.


Cameras are positioned on freeways to prevent motorists from exceeding the speed limit.

Ensuring motorists obey the speed limits on our freeways is critical as crashes at higher speeds have more severe consequences, with higher rates of fatalities and serious injuries.

There are currently road safety cameras located on the following Victorian freeways:


There is 1 railway level crossing road safety camera system in Victoria at Bagshot on the Midland Highway northeast of Bendigo.

This camera system monitors both speed and red light offences for traffic travelling in both directions.

Within this section

Speed cameras

Speed cameras

Road safety cameras that detect speed offences may be fixed (permanently positioned at approved locations) or mobile (devices rotated across approved mobile camera locations).
Mobile cameras

Mobile cameras

Victoria Police is the authority responsible for choosing locations and operating times of mobile road safety cameras in Victoria. The highest priority locations are those with a high crash-risk and speed-related problem areas.
Point-to-point cameras

Point-to-point cameras

Point-to-point (P2P) cameras calculate the average speed of a vehicle by determining the time taken to travel between 2 points. There are currently two P2P camera systems operating in Victoria on the Hume Freeway and Peninsula Link.