Queensland, Australia: Speed cameras rake in $190 million in a single year in just one state

Speed cameras in Queensland have made $191.6million in revenue in just one year as the state government cracks down on drivers breaking the law.

The Camera Detected Offence Program issued more than 950,000 individual infringements and raised $25million more during the 2018-19 financial than in the previous period.

The boom in revenue comes after the state government’s rolled out $1,000 fines for drivers caught using mobile phones.