Fixed camera systems
- Activated in December 2004
- 12 cameras at 4 active locations.
- Activated in September 2008
- 22 cameras at 6 active locations.
- Activated in January 2006
- 8 cameras at 8 active locations along the Princes Freeway and Westgate Freeway between Melbourne and Geelong.
- Activated in January 2014
- There are 4 cameras on the freeway at Glen Iris that capture traffic travelling in both directions, detecting speed across eight lanes (4 northbound lanes and 4 southbound lanes).
Western Ring Road
- Activated in April 2007
- 29 cameras at 8 active locations.
Point-to-Point (P2P) and Instantaneous systems
The Hume Freeway and Peninsula Link camera systems include both point-to-point (calculating the average speed based on a vehicle travelling a known distance from 1 point to the next) and instantaneous (capturing the speed of a vehicle at the location of the camera) speed detection.
- Activated for point-to-point detection in April 2007
- Activated for instantaneous detection in August 2012
- 20 cameras at 10 separate locations along the Hume Freeway (5 northbound and 5 southbound locations)
- Cameras capture traffic travelling in both directions, with active point-to-point cameras effectively creating 4 northbound and 4 southbound P2P zones.
- Activated in September 2013 (for both point-to-point and instantaneous detection)
- 18 cameras are positioned at 6 locations (3 northbound and 3 southbound) along the 27 kilometre stretch of road between Carrum Downs and Mount Martha
- Cameras capture traffic travelling in both directions, with active point-to-point cameras effectively creating 2 northbound and 2 southbound P2P zones.
- There is 1 railway level crossing road safety camera in Victoria, at Bagshot on the Midland Highway northeast of Bendigo
- Activated to detect speed in January 2010 and red light detection commenced October 2012
- 2 cameras are used to capture traffic in both directions