Grace period over for drivers in NSW caught by cameras — violators of handheld ban can expect five demerit points and at least a $344 fine

Drivers facing heavy fines if caught using a mobile phone by hidden cameras
9News, February 28, 2020

Amendments to ACT’s handheld ban bring clarity after concerns from ‘doubtful’ Uber driver were raised with road safety official

Rideshare drivers secure amendments that allow them to touch their mobiles
RiotACT, February 8, 2020

NSW officials are zeroed in on how Oslo has advanced efforts to achieve road safety goals as they prevent deaths and injuries

Oslo cut road deaths to one in 2019. Can Sydney do the same?
The Sydney Morning Herald, January 13, 2020

Over first week of use, mobile phone-detecting cameras in NSW nab 3300 drivers for violating handheld ban

New NSW mobile detection cameras catch thousands in first week
The Sydney Morning Herald, December 17, 2019

Review of NSW’s plan for roadside smart-camera tech to enforce handheld ban calls for amendments and warns ‘program runs the risk of overwhelming the local court regardless of whether or not a reverse onus is in place’

Cases challenging mobile phone detection cameras could clog NSW courts, MPs warn
The Guardian, November 13, 2019