Speed, red light and bus lane cameras are used throughout NSW and operated by Transport for NSW. If you are issued with a fine or have a lawful interest in the offence you can view the camera image online.
If you weren’t driving at the time of the offence, you can name the person that committed the offence.
You can also request a review of your fine if you think there’s been a mistake.
If you’re named on the penalty notice and responsible for paying the fine, you can view the photo of your offence online. You can also request to see the photo if you have a lawful interest.
Cameras are designed to capture
The image might not include a clear picture of the driver.
Revenue NSW does not manage the NSW camera system. To find out more, contact Transport for NSW.
You must be the person named on the notice and you'll need to provide some proof of identification, such as your address, date of birth or driver's licence number.
You can also write to us to request images providing the penalty notice number, all of your details and where you would like the images either emailed or posted to.
Address your written request to:
Revenue NSW Photo Requests
PO Box 786
Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
There are several types of camera that may capture a driving, parking or traffic offence.
|Speed||Accurately measure how fast a vehicle is going. They use electronic sensors in the road and radars to monitor multiple lanes of traffic.|
|Red-light speed||Detect when a vehicle is over the stop line when the traffic light is red. One photo is taken of the licence plate and a second photo is taken to make sure the vehicle continued into the intersection. These are both red-light and speed cameras.|
|Safe-T-Cams||Heavy vehicle fatigue, registration and safety station entry monitoring.|
|T-way lane||Installed beside the lane and record three images of any unauthorised vehicle using a T-way lane.|
|Bus lane||Detect unauthorised vehicles in a bus zone, by using two cameras to read number plates.|
|Average speed||Measure how long a vehicle takes to travel between two points. An offence occurs when the average speed is above speed limit.|
You have the right to request leniency.
Generally, we won’t consider leniency for certain offences where safety is an issue. These include:
Penalty notices for camera detected offences are sent to the registered owner of the vehicle, not necessarily the person who committed the offence.
If you were not in charge of your vehicle when the offence took place, you’re required to transfer the offence to the person responsible.
When the fine is paid Revenue NSW notifies Transport for NSW to apply the appropriate number of demerit points to the person named on the penalty notice.
During the process, we follow strict privacy regulations to keep personal information secure.
If you have any questions about camera images, contact us.