The Road Safety Minister has called on the opposition's police spokeswoman to resign, after losing her licence for multiple speeding offences.
Liberal MLA Giulia Jones is now back on the road, after surrendering her licence for three months.
She was nabbed speeding on multiple occasions, copping a number of low-range speeding offences.
"I made a mistake and accepted the consequences," she said.
"After three months of getting around on my bicycle, it's given me some additional perspective and I'm looking forward to starting a-fresh."
Liberal leader Alistair Coe has stood by Mrs Jones, saying she would continue in her role as police spokeswoman.
But Road Safety Minister Shane Rattenbury said he was disappointed she had recorded so many speeding offences and called on her to resign from the position.
"Given the impact road trauma has on police and emergency services, it is not credible for Mrs Jones to retain the portfolio given her track record," he said.
Mr Rattenbury said repeated speeding offences demonstrated a lack of respect for community safety.
"Enforcement exists to deter bad behaviour on our roads, but repeated speeding offences of this nature show a blatant disregard for road safety," he said.
"Research shows that speeds of just 5km/h over the speed limit increases both the likelihood of a crash occurring, and the severity of driver and pedestrian injuries in a crash."
It is unclear how many speeding offences Mrs Jones incurred.
A low-range speeding fine where the limited is exceeded by less than 15 km/h incurs one demerit point, according to Access Canberra.
Mrs Jones was reportedly going through a "stressful" period at the time of the offences, with one of her children undergoing treatment for a medical condition.
She has documented her ride to work on a bicycle on social media over the past few of months.
Asked whether he thought Mrs Jones should keep her role as police spokeswoman, Police Minister Mick Gentleman said it was a decision for Mr Coe.
"She was cycling to work I understand. That would be a lesson for her, and I imagine a decision for Mr Coe," he said.