The government is hoping to cash in on traffic and parking fine revenue next financial year.
ACT budget papers said the government would be reactivating suspended traffic cameras in 2019-20.
The estimated revenue for traffic fines in 2018-19 was $28.3 million - $1.7 million lower than the budget estimate.
But next financial year the government hopes to take in $32.5 million, with light rail construction finished on Northbourne Avenue and cameras turned back on.
Parking fine revenue is also expected to jump to $18.6 million up from the estimated takings of $14.5 million 2018-19.
"Parking revenue has been adversely affected by construction activity that reduced parking capacity," the budget said.
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Budget papers reveal the cost per household for the fire and emergency services levy will rise slightly from $336 to $344 per year.
Car owners will face an extra $15 per motor vehicle registration with the Motor Accident Injuries Commission to replace the existing compulsory third party regulator.
As a result, the government is expecting to make $147 million from car registrations, up on an expected $143.3 million this year.
But the government says motorists are still expected to save money overall when the new new model of compulsory third party insurance comes into effect.
Driver licence fees and registration fees will be indexed by the wage price index while parking fees will increase by 2.5 per cent across the territory.
The budget also flagged the introduction of a waste levy for businesses to encourage waste reduction and improve rates of recycling.