ABC June 23, 2011
The State Government has not decided whether to switch on the Hume Freeway point to point (P2P) speed cameras after receiving a report on faults in the cameras.
They were switched off by Victoria Police last October after police found nine infringements issued were found to be incorrect.
The Government commissioned a review to verify the process undertaken by the Department of Justice and the camera operator Redflex to investigate the fault.
The report found there were no new cases, other than the nine originally identified.Police Minister Peter Ryan says speed cameras will not be turned back on until the auditor-general reports back to Government about the state's road safety campaign, which is currently under review.