An article appears in the recently issued RACQ magazine "The Road Ahead" on their road safety priorities. Last year in July they ran their annual "Pet Peeves survey". I believe the results of that survey have contributed to their priorities. Next year we must have more riders in Qld submit their views. More important than the article are the details on each priority fleshed out on their website: http://www.racq.com.au/about_us/lobbying_for_road_users/safety/road_safety_priorities It is positive to note that the RACQ only uses the 3 headings of the safe system approach: roads, vehicles & road users, rather than raising "Speed" as a separate fourth heading (they embed "speed" into the others where it should be). Unfortunately not all is good about their priorities: Fact sheet 18 deals with motorcyclists and scooters: http://www.racq.com.au/__data/asset..._-_Motorcyclists_and_motor_scooter_riders.pdf It's all a bit of a summary of everything that's been stated previously, but the devil is in a couple of the details. A couple of their priorities for us are a worry: I believe motorcycling groups will have a common view in response to each of these and it doesn't necessarily align with the RACQ's view . RACQ represents its members and the majority of them are car drivers. Membership surveys like "Pet Peeves" produce data for the RACQ to develop their priorities. Its now the task of motorcylcling groups to reinforce alternative views.