Public slams new 40kph zones in Canberra’s CBD | ABC News

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It’s meant to be a safety measure – but Civic’s new 40 kilometre an hour speed limit is also proving to be a massive revenue raiser for the government.

It’s raked in millions of dollars worth of fines in just over a month and community anger is growing.

A petition is circulating with drivers complaining there’s not enough signage and some questioning if the limit is even necessary.

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