Have a read of this article. It is interesting in some of the facts it provides and the reasoning behind what our pollies are doing now (more speed cameras etc).
Having been a tutor at university I would give the report a 6/10 because whilst well presented and laid out, it smells very much like the author/s had a conclusion for which they wrote the report - hence the report is written to justify a pre-existing outlook.
As an example of the biased writing, read the bit about public attitude surveys:
"Driver Attitude Surveys, Page 16-on"
Four subgroups of the population.....
Contented carers (basically women hippies who admit they never ride in a vehicle yet were used for 35% of the survey 'findings')
Discontented Drivers (what's the speed limit for this 100 meter stretch of road again?
and the daddy of terms....
Self Centered Speeders (read the dribble on this one below!)
So, self centered speeders (we wouldn't want to attach labels now would we) are described as:
"They just wanted to drive faster. They were most unlikely to exhibit cautious driving...."
AP shakes his head - how can we respect such biased reporting? How many pollies have this report on their desk and accept it as gospel?