You may have those smiley face signs around, letting you know whether you are speeding in some of our suburban areas. While I was sceptical at first, it's very clear they work, and some of the data from last year is now becoming available for the public to view.
According to the tracking completed from February to June 2018, cars reduced their speeds between 6 km/h to 11 km/h on approach, which could be the different between a serious injury or near miss.
Thanks for slowing! Check out the data below...
In February 2019 we'll have 5 devices in locations across the division. Keep an eye out and drive safely! ... See MoreSee Less