MORE people have added their voice to a campaign challenging the legality of a Bagshot speed camera.
The fixed speed camera on the Midland Highway has been listed among the state's top 50 highest fine generators, issuing 37.5 fines a day on average between January and March this year.
North Melbourne resident Geoff Phillips said he believed the signage and speed zone distances around the level crossing were inadequate. He said he was backing a move by University of Melbourne research fellow Simon Crawford to challenge the lawfulness of the fines.
"There's something drastically wrong there," he said.
"I've got no problem paying a fine if it's fair and reasonable but in this case the signs are clearly not prominent enough. I've told Simon (Crawford) I will help his case."
Dr Crawford said he was taking the fine to court, to question the legality of the speed signs that he argued were shrouded in trees.
Wagga Wagga resident Malcolm Jolly said he would also contest a fine he received at the site in September. The 59-year-old said it was the first demerit point he has lost in his life.