Biggest killer on our roads
Speeding remains the leading behavioural factor in death and injuries on our roads, contributing to about 40 per cent of road fatalities. Statistics from speed-related crashes from 2014 to 2018 (peliminary) showed:
- About 730 people were killed
- More than 18,000 people were injured
- About 1350 people were seriously injured each year (average for 2014 to 2018 only).
Find speed camera locations
Current locations lets you find the positions of all mobile, fixed and red-light speed cameras in NSW.
Our Average speed enforcement map shows the positions of all average speed camera zones.
Nominate speed camera locations and speed zones
The information you provide, together with crash data and other road safety information, will help determine future speed camera locations. Your comments will also be used, with crash data and other road safety engineering information, to select roads that require a speed zone review.
You can also sign up for email updates about changes to speed camera locations and permanent speed limits in NSW. You will receive email updates when changes are scheduled to take effect in your selected region. The email updates may also link to other regions with changes.
App helps manage speed
Our Speed Adviser smartphone app is designed to reduce speeding and save lives. First released in February 2014, Speed Adviser provides free access to accurate speed zone information and warnings across the NSW road network.