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Bylong Valley Way Improvements
As a result of a cluster of motorcycle crashes in a short section of Bylong Valley Way, NSW Roads and Maritime Services (formerly RTA) and Mid Western Regional Council are completing improvements to the road using Federal Blackspot Funding. For more details see the files below.
- 1. File description: Bylong Valley Way Improvements Doc [30.5KB]
File name: Bylong_Valley_Way_Improvements.doc
- 2. File description: Bylong Valley Way All Crashes Map [406.4KB]
File name: BylongValleyWayAllCrashMap.pdf
- 3. File description: Bylong Valley Way Motorcycle Crash Map [943.1KB]
File name: BylongValleyWayMotorcycleCrashMap.pdf
Order 'Highlights of the Road'
Highlights of the Road is Charis and George Schwarz's book about their 40+ years of travelling the world by motorcycle. Proceeds from the sale of the book helped fund the Motorcycle Accident Rehabilitation Initiative (MARI) at St Vincent's Hospital. Sales of the book continue to help fund MARI.
Highlights of the Road is no longer in print, however it can be ordered in PDF format or on CD from St Vincent's Hospital using the order form below.
- 1. File description: Highlights of the Road order form [91.0KB]
File name: HighlightsoftheRoadorderform.PDF
The Australian Motorcycle Accident In-Depth Study (AusMAIDS) is a using the internationally agreed Case Control
methodology for in-depth motorcycle crash investigations. This means that for every crashed rider (Case), 2 or 3
other riders (Controls) are included from other motorcyclists who have ridden near the crash site.
Controls will be asked to complete an anonymous on-line survey about their riding experience, practices and
Who can take part?
Any licensed motorcycle rider, aged 18 or older who has ridden in a specified area near one of the following crash
sites can take part in this study.
To register to take part in the study please call 9399 1115
Wheatley Road, between Giles St and Roebourne St, Yarrawarrah;
Pittwater Road between Mona Vale Rd and Turimetta St, Church Point;
Victoria Road, between Fitzgerald Rd and Brush Rd, Ermington;
Newcastle Expressway, between Kuring-gai and Mt White exits, Cowan;
Davies Road between Watson Rd and Bridge St, Padstow;
Dunmore Street between Jones St and Pendle Way, Pendle Hill;
Warringah Road between Starkey St and Melwood Av, Forestville;
Pacific Highway between Bouvardia St and Amor St, Cowan;
Parker Street between Coreen Ave and Peachtree Rd, Kingswood;
Boundary Road between Gill Ave and Calabro Ave, Liverpool;
Frederick Street between Watkin St and Railway St. Rockdale
GIO CTP "Pillion Passenger: No" Clarification
The Motor Accidents Authority has responded to the MCC's request for clarification on the legality of GIO's CTP policies with "Pillion Passenger: No" line item.
- 1. File description: GIO CTP Pillion No clarification [747.3KB]
File name: PillionNo.pdf
Motorcycles help keep you young: software expert
04/03/2009 - Riding motorcycles helps keep drivers young by invigorating their brains, the scientist behind popular "Brain Training" computer software said Wednesday, citing a new scientific study.
Full article here.
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