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Tamworth: Revenue NSW data reveals the top streets where drivers were caught speeding by cameras | The Northern Daily Leader

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DRIVERS have copped more than $50,000 in speed camera fines in Tamworth since 2019 and now the Leader can reveal the top streets where drivers have been nabbed. Revenue NSW data shows detection increased at almost 20 Tamworth streets between 2019 and this year, after the state government stripped mobile speed cameras of signs and reflective markings. Since 2019, 49 speeding detections were made southbound on Goonoo Goonoo Road at West Tamworth, earning state government coffers $6795. It was followed by the same road at South Tamworth headed northbound with 41 detections at $6191. Manilla Road at Oxley Vale saw 17 drivers caught and almost $5000 handed out in fines….



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