NSW Deputy Transport Minister Tara McCarthy mentioned the federal government was options to the indicators, together with lighter weight choices.
“There are a selection of automobiles within the present fleet that aren’t able to holding the indicators like we used to earlier than,” she advised the listening to.
“My understanding is that the suppliers have modified their fleets and a few of the automobiles are smaller than the earlier fleets and the rear of the car is absolutely outfitted with cameras and gear.
“The indicators used up to now had been fairly heavy, they wanted to be mounted correctly, they wanted to be correctly shielded.”
Indicators might be required on the entrance and rear of automobiles with cellular velocity cameras however McCarthy mentioned 47 automobiles merely can not match them inside.
McCarthy revealed the automobiles will should be considerably modified by eradicating the seats or changing with taxpayer cash if a unique signage choice can’t be agreed upon.
“We’re a lighter weight signal that may be folded down and folded in half to take up much less house however we have to verify the robustness of the signal,” she mentioned.
“We might be involved if it blew up.”
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McCarthy couldn’t reply how a lot the federal government and taxpayers must pay if the transportable velocity digicam automobiles wanted to get replaced.
She mentioned it might be in present contracts, which the federal government has value a complete of $168 million.