There are a lot of threads running with some angry responses to the way our favourite roads are being managed, especially the Spurs and GOR. Let's try and take a different view of this and see if we can come up with some ideas. We are good at identifying failures, but are we good at real world solutions? Assume you are a top cop, Vicroads or TAC fatcat. Current management strategies have not made a significant difference to serious casualty rates (I don't care for the sake of argument whether they have or not - just assume). Let's also assume that you are NOT being asked to increase penalty income per se, but you have a responsibility to get the crash numbers down. You also need to manage the roads for all other users (try and think outside your own needs this time). You are being asked to look particularly at the favourite motorcycle roads, and you have a fairly free hand. What changes would you make? I've got a few but I'd like to see some other responses first.