NSW MCC submission to NSW parliament on road safety

Discussion in 'Australian Motorcycles' started by John Littler, May 19, 2004.

  1. John Littler

    John Littler Guest

    Hi Guys,

    This is NSW specific but I'd love to get comments and inputs from all
    states about what does and doesn't work in other locations as well


    Have the details.

    In short
    The staysafe committee is enquiring into the RTA and road safety
    administration in NSW.
    The enquiry will examine:
    - the role of the rta
    - the responsibility of other govt agencies
    - relationships between rta and other govt bodies
    - any other related matters

    Please comment in this thread on any items of relevance that could be
    incorporated into a submission. Here's your chance to put your two
    bob's worth up about how you think the world SHOULD be.

    I'll be co-ordinating the submission on behalf of the MCC of NSW, so
    if you have any offlist comments you wish to add please note the above
    email address is NOT valid, the Iprimus address I also post on here
    with is, ie johnlittler at iprimus etc


    John Littler
    aus.motorcycles representative, MCC of NSW
    John Littler, May 19, 2004
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  2. John Littler

    John Littler Guest

    Did this post not go through, or can it possibly be that no one on
    aus.moto has an opinion on a subject(1) ?

    1 This can't possibly be, it would be a first for usenet if so
    John Littler, May 23, 2004
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  3. In aus.motorcycles on Sun, 23 May 2004 11:18:12 +1000
    I suspect the latter. Cos face it - it's a question that requires a
    knowledge of what is being done now, what is and isn't working and who
    is doing what now, to see the problems.

    My suspicion is that the RTA is probably too big and so too diffuse.
    But more than that I can't say....

    Zebee Johnstone, May 23, 2004
  4. John Littler

    Nev.. Guest

    You'd probably have had more interest if you'd posted the link as

    '03 ZX12R
    Nev.., May 23, 2004
  5. Education not legislation.
    Pisshead Pete, May 28, 2004
  6. Yep, sums up my submission to the Vic inquiry to the country road tolls.

    Hamish Alker-Jones, May 29, 2004
  7. John Littler

    Nev.. Guest

    Start by making them pay an equitable share of their compulsory insurance
    premiums for starters. They're a bloody burden on the rest of society.

    '03 ZX12R
    Nev.., May 30, 2004
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