Have Your Say in the WA Government's Motorcycle Survey

Posted on: Monday, 16 July 2018 at 12:00:00 AM

Have Your Say in the WA Government's Motorcycle Survey

With motorcyclists continuing to be over represented in killed and seriously injured (KSI) crashes, the State Government is considering safety reforms and is undertaking a survey as part of the consultation process. 

The reforms being considered include: 

  • enhancements to the Graduated Driver Training Licencing system (GDTL) , which would improve motorcycle rider safety; and
  • the option of permitting motorcycle lane filtering, which would provide clarity to all road users about when this manoeuvre is permitted.

A survey (follow the link below) has been developed to assist in the community consultation process which closes on 23 July. All road users are invited to participate in this important stage of consultation.

Please promote this consultation process to your network and encourage as many people as possible to respond to the survey.

A Motorcycle Safety Forum was also conducted in late June as part of the consultation process.

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Pictured above: A Motorcycle Safety Forum was held on Saturday, 23 June as part of the consultation process. Photo credit: WA Road Safety Commission.

Visit https://www.rsc.wa.gov.au/Motorcycle-Safety-Survey to find out more information and complete the survey. 

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