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hcornea

Australia
599 Posts

Posted - 27 mai 2006 :  13:09:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


Australian Speed and Traffic Cameras


New collection


Manager : hcornea
Last Update : 01/12/2006
Number of POIs : 83
Coverage : Whole of Australia
Available Format(s) :GPX (Compatible Garmin POILoader 2.40 beta)
Download Link : hcornea_AustralianSpeedcams08.zip

Link : Australian Police - WA

Adding or updating a POI :

Posts here for additions/corrections for the Australian Speedcam file.

Please include

GPS Co-ordinates (digital degrees please, rather than Deg,Min,Sec)
Type of Cam (eg Redlight / Speed / Traffic)
Whats wrong - eg missing entry, wrong speed limit, etc

(Also: suggested alert distance, in metres, to be embedded in
the .GPX file)

Please include the name or location of both the correct location,
and the camera description in the file if you are correcting locations.

Be aware that there are Dummy cams out there, so try to be sure if
submitting an entry. (If it has issued a fine to you then it
probably is working ! )

Also: I am limiting this file to FIXED speedcams - mainly because
the GPS will drive us all nuts if it alerts to every possible spot a
cam could be.



Edited by - hcornea on 15 janv. 2007 10:28:45

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gpspassion

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Posted - 27 mai 2006 :  17:50:30  Show Profile  Visit gpspassion's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Did some formatting, they have some good looking speedcams in your neck of the woods! Also added Canada and Australia in the description here http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/default.asp?CAT_ID=20 ;-)

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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  01:20:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for maintaining this, HCornea. I'm in Sydney and have so far not found any issue with your list within my relatively limited regular routes. But I'll continue to monitor and report back.
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hcornea

Australia
599 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  09:01:03  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Ciprol,

The more input the better this list can be.

Since these cameras PRINT money, they are proliferating all the time!

The more that get added and the more up to date the list.
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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  10:33:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thinking off a tangent. I note that UBD, Gregories now all print out locations of these speed and red-light cameras in their maps. Is there an official list of all the cameras from some government agency? NRMA or RACV perhaps? With the capabilities of GoogleMaps, I'd think it would be easy to pick them off if we can find such a database.
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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  10:36:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For a start, this press release by NRMA may be relevant.

http://www.mynrma.com.au/2005_050503.asp

And a quick dig at RTA site, these came up.

http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/roadsafety/speedandspeedcameras/fixeddigitalspeedcameras/fixedspeedcameralocations/fixedspeedoutsyd.html

http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/roadsafety/images/fixed_speed_camera_locations_in_sydney.gif

Edited by - ciprol on 28 mai 2006 10:43:28
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hcornea

Australia
599 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  10:38:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If that cam's gone now can you find its ID in the file, and the replacement on the F3 when that gets installed.
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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  11:31:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I note that there are two listing for Spit Rd in your file. And there's another speedcam 228 in close proximity. I am sure there are some duplication or need to be removed. Maybe someone living near there can verify. I know that when I drove on The Spit last week, it rang in duplicate. I am not due to go to that area of town for another 3 weeks at least.
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hcornea

Australia
599 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  12:28:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Speedcams 228 942 and 251 are all on Spit Rd.

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f288/hcornea/spitcams.jpg

www.Roadwatch.com.au has a Northbound cam matching number 251, but no others on that section

If they're being removed, it may be academic - or there may be cameras for each direction. Your call - but at present I'd retain 251, and scrap the other two.

(sigh) Come on Garmin ... directionality for POIs please.

Edited by - hcornea on 28 mai 2006 13:57:03
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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  14:13:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Actually, that camera captures traffic in both directions. Very sneaky on a high gradient road where everyone has to brake going down or have to tightly limit ones' acceleration going up.

I just did a comparison on GoogleEarth. I believe it's Speedcam 228 that has been removed. I did not see that unit when I drove on that road last week. The other two on that stretch of road are still in place physically but just not sure if they are both active.

So yes, I'd say it's safe to scrap 228.

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hcornea

Australia
599 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  14:19:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good ... 228 is gone. Others stay.

Put a 400m radius on 251, and I'll put a similar one on the other Mosman Camera round the corner.

WRT the rta site, I think most of those cams are on the list. The problem is Geocoding them, so if you see a cam - save the location on your favourites then upload it to the computer, then to the forum.

(The Pacific Hwy is pretty long!)
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hcornea

Australia
599 Posts

Posted - 28 mai 2006 :  15:26:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
OK - Found some locations on the F3.

http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f288/hcornea/f3cams.gif

Are all 3 present?
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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 29 mai 2006 :  11:07:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You just reminded me of the last ticket I received on that stretch of road. There are so many it's almost impossible to know where they are any more. I still don't know exactly how I got that ticket. I watched all the way and was careful in keeping down my speed. Still... What a dog!

So I would tend to believe what they've listed.

I think we need to get some more Aussies here in this forum... ;)
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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 31 mai 2006 :  06:31:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ok, found two 40km/h school zones that's not marked in the list.

Anzac Pde E151.2211 S33.8929

Cleveland St E151.2197 S33.8939
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hcornea

Australia
599 Posts

Posted - 31 mai 2006 :  14:05:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for those, added to the Schools_40 file (200m proximity)

Currently renaming/checking Victorian redlight cams as listed on April Press release from Vic Justice dept

RLC_Jxx - wet film type Red Light Cams
DRLC_Jxx - Digital Redlight/ Speed cams

- so far about 6 missing cams

remaining cams will be left on the list as unverified (haven't got to the other states)

All contributions welcome. Haven't worked out an upload schedule as yet. Current file remains pretty good.
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ciprol

Australia
107 Posts

Posted - 05 juin 2006 :  10:40:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
What's the best way to overlay all these waypoints on a map? I find it extremely hard to review them by coordinate. My head isn't working right and I am just wondering if there's a quick way to visualize those locations, say on CN7 Australia in Mapsource?
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