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From 1 April 2024 onwards, to improve motorist behaviour, the Traffic Police (TP) will progressively and dynamically activate the speed enforcement function in Red Light Cameras (RLCs) island wide, especially at locations that are more accident-prone or violation-prone.

The activation of this function is due to the following reasons:

The number of speeding-related fatal accidents increased by 83.3% in 2023 compared to 2022, and the proportion of fatal accidents due to speeding increased to 25.2% in 2023 from 17.3% in 2022.

The number of speeding violations detected by traffic enforcement cameras decreased by 28.6% from 73,152 cases in 2022 to 52,237 cases in 2023 in 2023. However, the number of speeding violations detected by Police enforcement operations increased by 22.0%, from 52,016 cases in 2022 to 63,468 cases in 2023. This shows that while traffic enforcement cameras are effective in deterring speeding violations, motorists still choose to speed at locations where they think no one is watching.

Like other fixed enforcement cameras, RLCs are prominently painted orange and white. They are accompanied by warning signs placed before the RLCs stating, “Traffic Police Camera Zone”, with the road speed limit sign above it. Please refer to the Annex for photographs of how the RLC and warning sign look like. The list of RLC locations is published on the SPF website at

The Traffic Police would like to urge motorists not to speed, even in areas where there are no static speed cameras. Instead, TP encourages motorists to exercise graciousness and patience, drive with care, and abide by traffic rules. TP will take enforcement action against errant motorists who choose to flout traffic rules, including speeding.


Red Light Camera prominently displayed in orange and white 


Warning sign with the road speed limit, placed before the Red Light Camera 



30 March 2024 @ 10:00 AM
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