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Former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer says safety cameras should be installed along the Stuart Highway between Port Augusta and Darwin.
Mr Fischer is in Alice Springs for a national airports convention and says the highway linking Adelaide with Darwin is known by many as the "cowboy corridor".
He says cameras which monitor traffic would help road authorities improve safety and assist police with investigations.
"Those vehicles which are the subject of curfews and are required to take breaks, that means immediately you have absolute adherence to relevant curfews," he said.
"Those others who are not subject to speed limits, there can be a general monitoring which I think would make it a terrific highway corridor."
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