We seem to be in a period with speed limit changes occuring often in many places around Aus. Many jump up and down after it's been done but really don't do anything except complain about losing their fun, b&itch about it all and calling the plod and all involved names, etc. Like all that really helps! Groups like MRAV always ask that we come and put or cases forward but most don't for various reasons. (not pointing finger as some of us can't, don't believe we can make a difference, etc) How do we change the process they use of changing the limits/road rules replacing the current system that seems to let authorities do as they please without comprehensive consultation with every part of the road community. And sometimes change stretches of road well beyond what would be sufficient. First think I'd like to see made law, is a public notification in newpapers of an up coming change rather than just rolling up one day to a suprised speed limit change. Notifications should be in state newspapers and not just locally when it involved major stretches of roads like RNP, Spurs, GOR, etc. Similar to notices of develpment sites. Not sure if this happens but I don't recall seeing anything in regards to the speed changes on the Spurs in vic. This would give groups and public time to analyze evidence that was put forward for the changes and give everyone opportunity to put alternative cases forward. Other ideas?? Then more importantly, best way to action it?