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Plan to remove speed camera warning signs a ‘cash grab’

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The NSW government has been accused of revenue-raising as they consider removing speed camera warning signs across the state.

NSW Roads Minister Andrew Constance is insisting the plan would make our roads safer and could save dozens of lives.

But NSW Shadow Minister for Roads John Graham tells Steve Price it doesn’t line up with the evidence.

“We really worry this is a cash grab. We know the transport budget’s under pressure.

“I am genuinely concerned this is driven more by the treasury than it is by road safety.”

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