For those that haven't caught up with it, the NSW government has completed it's study of vulnerable road user groups - the most recent report relates to cyclists and motorcyclists. The report and media release can be found here:http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/committee.nsf/0/9E5130ABDFD436A3CA2577ED0002DED3 The media release touts the lowering of the BAC to 0.02 as a key plank of improving rider safety. I haven't read the report, but from a motorcycle point of view, scanning the recommendations shows that the first 2 recommendations are about gathering better data for analysis of crashes and fatalities. Good thing IMO. The other MC recommendations relate to strengthening the minister's advisory council along VMAC lines (LMAO! VMAC is about to be disbanded if rumors are right), better road engineering and reporting of road surfaces, more rider research into effects of fatigue, reporting on the analysis around novice riders, evaluation of the effectiveness of enforcement activities, reduction of BAC, education campaigns about road rules, including mobility scooters into motorcycle safety strategies, mandate ABS and linked brakes, and working more closely with local councils on safety strategies. NSW guys, what are your views?