C-MARC is the MUARC of WA. Its a partnership between Curtin Uni and Monash. They have a bunch of fact sheets here: http://c-marc.curtin.edu.au/completed/research_factSheets.cfm And their motorcycle fact sheet here: http://c-marc.curtin.edu.au/local/docs/CMARC_Fact_Sheet_13_Motorcyclists.pdf It's a pretty negative fact sheet in tone. They don't point out any of the reductions, just that it's higher than cars. Their proposals for rider safety include training, and better road and roadside barrier design, which are fine, but also includes a revised GLS, gear, speed management(ISA)/enforcement, ABS, collision avoidance technologies and airbags. This is the kind of stuff setting policy. They quote stats which show that the majority of KSI's are multivehicle, are metropolitan, in 60/70 kmh zones and at intersections. Yet there isn't one recommendation about increasing driver awareness on how they can share the roads with riders. Bloody typical.