Lead foot Queensland motorists are being warned they will be caught, with the state government to roll out more speed cameras across the state.
The amount of revenue collected from speeding drivers is set to soar by 47 per cent as a result, ballooning from $160.6 million in 2017-18 to $237.2 million in 2021-22.
More point-to-point cameras, new and upgraded red light cameras are set to be rolled out while police will also spend more time out on the road with mobile speed cameras.
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The LNP has accused the government of revenue-raising but the state says it’s all about reducing Queensland’s road toll.
It has promised that any extra money will be going towards road safety projects across the state.