The following graphs show trends in fines for each of the seven highways since the cameras began operating.

  • CityLink
  • EastLink
  • Geelong Road
  • Hume Freeway
  • Monash
  • Peninsula Link
  • Western Ring Road

Trends in fines – CityLink 

Trends in fines - CityLink

Notes:

  • The 'Linear (CityLink)' line shows a downward trend in the number of fines being issued since the camera system began operating in December 2004.
  • Fines are recorded at the offence date.
  • Does not include tolling offences.
  • Includes fines issued for speeding and unregistered vehicles.
  • The number of fines reported in quarters 1 and 2, 2011–12, were affected by Victoria Police Association work bans.
  • Road works and camera maintenance may influence the number of fines issued.
  • The number of fines issued is subject to variation over time as they may be withdrawn or reissued.

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Trends in fines – EastLink 

Trends in fines - EastLink

Notes:

  • The 'Linear (EastLink)' line shows a downward trend in the number of fines being issued since the camera system began operating in September 2008.
  • Fines are recorded at the offence date.
  • Does not include tolling offences.
  • Includes fines issued for speeding and unregistered vehicles.
  • The number of fines reported in quarters 1 and 2, 2011–12, were affected by Victoria Police Association work bans.
  • Road works and camera maintenance may influence the number of fines issued.
  • The number of fines issued is subject to variation over time as they may be withdrawn or reissued.

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Trends in fines – Geelong Road 

Trends in fines - Geelong Road

Notes:

  • The 'Linear (Geelong Road)' line shows a downward trend in the number of fines being issued since the camera system began operating in January 2006.
  • Fines are recorded at the offence date.
  • Includes fines issued for speeding and unregistered vehicles.
  • The number of fines reported in quarters 1 and 2, 2011–12, were affected by Victoria Police Association work bans.
  • Road works and camera maintenance may influence the number of fines issued.
  • The number of fines issued is subject to variation over time as they may be withdrawn or reissued.

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Trends in fines – Hume Freeway 

Trends in fines - Hume Freeway

Notes:

  • The 'Linear (Hume Freeway)' line shows the trend in the number of fines being issued since the camera system began operating in April 2007.
  • Victoria Police suspended the use of all point-to-point cameras on the Hume Freeway on 14 October 2010. The point-to-point camera system was reactivated in August 2012. Infringements issued after this time will be reflected in data produced from the first quarter of 2012-13 onwards.
  • Fines are recorded at the offence date.
  • Includes fines issued for speeding and unregistered vehicles.
  • Road works and camera maintenance may influence the number of fines issued.
  • The number of fines issued is subject to variation over time as they may be withdrawn or reissued.

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Trends in fines – Monash 

Trends in fines - Monash

Notes:

  • Fixed cameras began operating on the Monash Freeway in January 2014.
  • Fines are recorded at the offence date.
  • Includes fines issued for speeding and unregistered vehicles.
  • Road works and camera maintenance may influence the number of fines issued.
  • The number of fines issued is subject to variation over time as they may be withdrawn or reissued.

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Trends in fines – Peninsula Link 

Trends in fines - Peninsula Link

Notes:

  • The Peninsula Link camera system began operating in September 2013.
  • Fines are recorded at the offence date.
  • Includes fines issued for speeding and unregistered vehicles.
  • Road works and camera maintenance may influence the number of fines issued.
  • The number of fines issued is subject to variation over time as they may be withdrawn or reissued.

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Trends in fines – Western Ring Road 

Trends in fines - Western Ring Road

Notes:

  • The ‘Linear (Western Ring Road)' line shows the trend in the number of fines being issued since the camera system began operating in April 2007. The uncharacteristic spike in the last quarter of 2011-12 can be attributed to the reactivation of fixed cameras on this highway at Keilor Park Drive (Keilor East) on Thursday 5 April 2012.
  • Fines are recorded at the offence date.
  • Includes fines issued for speeding and unregistered vehicles.
  • The number of fines reported in quarters 1 and 2, 2011–12, were affected by Victoria Police Association work bans.
  • Two additional camera sites have been upgraded and re-activated in April 2012.
  • Road works and camera maintenance may influence the number of fines issued.
  • The number of fines issued is subject to variation over time as they may be withdrawn or reissued.

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