Evaluation of Queensland's Camera Detected Offence Program (CDOP)

Project: Research

Project Description

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) requires a contractor to evaluate the effectiveness of Queensland’s Camera Detected Offence Program (CDOP) using an already developed evaluation framework to assist in forming the
future direction of the program.

The CDOP is jointly managed by TMR and the Queensland Police Service (QPS), and covers management and operation of all modes of camera based traffic enforcement in Queensland. This currently includes mobile, fixed, point to
point speed cameras, red light cameras and combined red light/speed cameras. Covert operations of mobile speed cameras commenced in 2010 and are deployed in both urban and rural areas. To assist in the ongoing management and future development of program operations, evaluations of the program have
been regularly conducted. TMR previously commissioned an evaluation framework for the CDOP which integrates the impacts of different camera types, both existing and future, and conveys the use of available speed monitoring data as an intermediate measure of the effectiveness of the CDOP.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date12/01/18 → 21/05/18