New RACQ data has revealed the Gold Coast Highway and Margaret Avenue intersection at Broadbeach has the most red light offences in the state.
There were more than 1600 fines at these locations in the last year and RACQ’s Lauren Ritchie said on average more than 82 red lights were run each day on the Coast.
“It’s a complete disregard for road safety and there’s no reason to take an unnecessary risk,” she said.
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“Too many motorists are choosing to run a yellow light to gain a few extra seconds, and with more than 150 lives already lost on Queensland roads this year, motorists need to change this behaviour.
“Yellow means stop if it’s safe to do so, not go faster.”
Check out the hot spots below;
|Camera location||Infringement notices|
|1. Gold Coast Highway, Broadbeach, at intersection with Margaret Avenue||1644|
|2. Main Street, Kangaroo Point, at intersection with Vulture Street||1214|
|3. Kessels Road, Macgregor, at intersection with Mains Road||993|
|4. Beaudesert Road, Calamvale, at intersection with Compton Road||980|
|5. Lutwyche Road, Windsor, at intersection with Northey Street||962|
|6. Musgrave Street, Coolangatta, at intersection with Coolangatta Road||933|
|7. Smith Street, Southport, at intersection with Kumbari Avenue||844|
|8. Vulture Street, Woolloongabba, at intersection with Leopard Street||836|
|9. Duke Street, Annerley, at intersection with Juliette Street||821|
|10. Aerodrome Road, Maroochydore, at intersection with Maud Street.||817|