Variable speed limits operate on the network and are enforced. Speed cameras are located in toll road tunnels and link to variable speed limit signs. These are operated and maintained by Roads and Maritime Services.
Our cameras monitor traffic conditions 24 hours a day. If you break down or crash in a tunnel, an incident response team will be sent out right away.
If you need to call for help, use the emergency telephones in the tunnel. Alternatively you can use your mobile phone to call:
Linkt: 13 33 31
All toll roads are monitored via cameras. We will send assistance to tow your vehicle.
Speed limits on Australia's toll roads vary depending on state or territory laws.
Variable speed limits operate on the toll road network and are enforced. Changing speed limits at different times through the day helps ease traffic congestion and improves safety around roadworks.
Fixed speed cameras may be located on toll roads and link to variable speed limit signs.
Look for electronic speed signs located above the lanes to find out the current speed limit for the toll road you're on.
When a traffic incident occurs on a toll road, it can seriously disrupt traffic flow. Speed limits may be lowered to ensure safety around the incident.
To check for active incidents, visit the incident updates page for the state you're in.
Traffic update pages: