Speed camera operators in Victoria, Australia, have gone on strike due to ongoing safety and pay disputes. The operators, who work for Serco, are demanding better pay and improved working conditions. They currently earn $26 per hour and face threats to their safety on a daily basis. More than 200 cameras were dropped over the Australia Day weekend after Serco allegedly docked operators’ pay following New Year’s industrial action. The strike will continue until midnight, and the union is calling on the government to review Serco’s performance and consider alternative options for the road safety service.