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→‎Speed and Red Light Cameras: Revised the structure of Speed and Red Light Cameras and imported the average speed camera for heavy vehicles from the old wiki.
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==Average Speed Cameras, Fixed Speed and Red -Light Cameras== === General Camera Advice ===
'''Camera standard lock level:''' The usual lock level for confirmed cameras of all types should be Level 3. A higher level may be set if necessary to prevent repeated vandalism or incorrect edits.
'''Level 4+ editors:''' are reminded that the map editor currently defaults to "Auto" lock level, which sets the lock to the level of the editor - that is, too high. ''Please check all cameras you see and adjust them to Level 3 so they can be managed by L3 editors, unless protected due to repeated vandalism or incorrect edits.''
'''Requirements Only fixed cameras are mapped in Waze, with the exception on average speed cameras for <u>dual redheavy vehicles noted below. Users are encouraged to report mobile speed cameras via the Waze app as "police speed traps". For global information, please see the [[Camera|global cameras]] page. === Dual Red-light/speed</u> cameras:''' Speed Cameras ===Cameras that check for speed and red light offences, sometimes called Safety Cameras, require a specific configuration from editors as follows:
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The resulting user experience is that the camera provides a consistent red-light warning in the Waze app. This convention will be revised if/when the app is changed to provide both warnings for a dual-function camera [ per forum discussion].
'''=== Speed camera cameras ===Required configuration:'''
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|Excess Speed
|Speed Limit in km/hr e.g. 60
|}''' === Red-light only camera Cameras ===Required configuration:'''
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|See dual red-light/speed cameras if it also detects speed.
For global information=== Average Speed Zones for Heavy Vehicles ===SA and NSW have a joint network for monitoring the average speed of heavy vehicles over long distances - the '''Safe-T-Cam''' network. NSW also has '''average speed cameras''' which monitor the average speed zones for heavy vehicles only. Neither of these are included on the Waze map as they don't apply to the intended Waze user - the daily commuter. In any case, we have no way of indicating that the speed zone applies to heavy vehicles, nor do we have a way for the user to indicate that he/she is driving a heavy vehicle. To discourage future editors from adding these Average Speed Zones back in, please see add a map comment at the beginning (at least) of the zone: ''ASZ for Heavy Vehicles only''  ''This is the start (or end) of an Average Speed Zone for heavy vehicles only. We do not map these, or their associated speed cameras, in Waze. Further information at [[Cameralegacy:Australia#Average_Speed_Zones_for_Heavy_Vehicles|global cameras]] page and the forum -''
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