http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/state-election-2011/review-of-speed-limits-20110226-1b9gb.html "The NSW Opposition will today announce plans to conduct a statewide audit of speed limits, if elected next month.Opposition Leader Barry O'Farrell says he wants a review of fixed and mobile speed cameras to curb blatant revenue raising.The policy, to be announced at the Coalition's regional campaign launch in Dubbo, follows a proposal announced in January to increase the speed of single-lane highways in country areas from 100km/h to 110km/h. The audit aims to reduce the number of complicated speed changes on main roads and to see if speed cameras are saving lives or raising money. So far this year, NSW motorists have paid more than $32 million in speeding fines." first show of common sense in a long time. Andrew Stoner, MP, who has also responded to the recent tax hike on all bikes in CTP is also involved.....this could be very good govt policy when they get in... your thoughts?