Monash conducts velocity survey

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A brand new Monash College survey is asking the general public about velocity limits, point-to-point velocity cameras and a proposal for 40km/h suburban restrict within the ACT.

Whereas it might appear a progressive transfer, the analysis might be compiled by the Monash College Accident Analysis Centre which is thought for its bias in the direction of lower speeds, extra velocity cameras and rising fines. It additionally ends to neglect riders.

Riders ought to deluge the survey and present the politicians what motorists actually assume.

Okay, it says you need to be an ACT resident, over 18 and have an ACT motorbike licence, nevertheless as riders who journey by way of the area, it absolutely have to be worthwhile having your say.

It solely takes 5-10 minutes to finish on-line and solutions are all nameless, so they are going to by no means know in case you are a resident or not.

It asks how briskly ought to motorists be allowed to journey in 60 and 100km/h zones earlier than they’re fined.

The Monash survey additionally asks concerning the 40km/h zones in pedestrian areas reminiscent of purchasing centres and faculty zones.

It then strikes on to some main questions on enforcement, point-to-point velocity cameras, your attitudes to rushing and whether or not you’ve been booked prior to now couple of years.

It ends with a question about whether or not you might be conscious that the Entry Canberra web site permits individuals to appoint a location for a cellular velocity digicam, then asks for any further feedback.

The survey is out there on-line at http://bit.ly/actspeedsurvey and closes on 30 March 2018.

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A full checklist of digicam websites and operational logs can be accessible on the Authorities’s open information web site at information.act.gov.au.

Dashing Arabs

In the meantime, Abu Dhabi has set its highest velocity restrict of 160km/h on the brand new four-lane freeway operating into the capital.

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Abu Dhabi’s 160km/h freeway

Pace cameras might be set at 161km/h, reasonably than the 20km/h buffer elsewhere.

The brand new velocity restrict is being launched to ease the movement of business site visitors and help financial progress.

 

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