Mobile P2P Safety Camera Trial - Location Suggestions

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The Road Safety Commission is currently trialing the use of the latest mobile safety camera technology to test its suitability on WA roads, and its potential to make our roads safer for everyone.

The safety cameras can identify a number of high-risk behaviours at once including speeding, both spot speed and average speed, using a mobile phone while driving and not wearing a seatbelt.

Under the three-month trial, six mobile cameras will be tested on a range of roads in metropolitan and regional areas.

No infringements will be issued during the trial.

The Road Safety Commission has worked with the camera operator to identify over 80 safe locations for the cameras to be trialed that allow a wide variety of data to be collected. Where possible, priority has been given to roads where crashes resulting in death or serious injury have occurred.

Use the map below if you would like to contribute a suggested location or locations!

The Road Safety Commission is currently trialing the use of the latest mobile safety camera technology to test its suitability on WA roads, and its potential to make our roads safer for everyone.

The safety cameras can identify a number of high-risk behaviours at once including speeding, both spot speed and average speed, using a mobile phone while driving and not wearing a seatbelt.

Under the three-month trial, six mobile cameras will be tested on a range of roads in metropolitan and regional areas.

No infringements will be issued during the trial.

The Road Safety Commission has worked with the camera operator to identify over 80 safe locations for the cameras to be trialed that allow a wide variety of data to be collected. Where possible, priority has been given to roads where crashes resulting in death or serious injury have occurred.

Use the map below if you would like to contribute a suggested location or locations!

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Mobile Point to Point Safety Camera Trial - Location Suggestions

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Road Safety Commission is currently trialing the use of the latest mobile safety camera technology to test suitability on WA roads and make our roads safer for everyone. 

The safety cameras can identify a number of high-risk behaviours at once including speeding, both spot speed and average speed, using a mobile phone while driving, and not wearing a seatbelt. 

Six mobile cameras will be trialed for three months on a range of roads in metro and regional areas within 200km of Perth. 

During this trial period no infringements will be issued. 

Would you like to suggest a location? 

  • You can use this map to suggest camera location(s) within the 200km radius, indicated in blue.
  • If you would like to suggest camera locations for the mobile point to point cameras, please use both pins on the map.
  • Please use the 'Safety Camera 1' pin to indicate the location of the first camera, and 'Safety Camera 2' to indicate the location of the accompanying second camera. 
  • If you would like to suggest an individual mobile camera location, please feel free to use only the 'Camera 1' pin. 
  • When dropping pin(s) you will be prompted to let us know what high-risk behaviours you have observed at these locations that make it a suitable place for a safety camera. 

How to use the pins:

Step 1. Use the +/- symbols in the bottom right corner to zoom into the section of the map where you want to leave your camera pin(s).

Step 2. Click thesymbol on the left side-bar menu. Select and hold a pin and drag it onto the map.

Step 3. Add your comment and answer the question about the location. You can add photos that relate to your comment as well!

Note: comments will be displayed publicly, but we won't share your personal details - only your username will be visible. 



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