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Motorists and cyclists will always be using our roads. What things could we trial to ensure they share the roads safely?
37 everyday South Australians charged with finding solutions to some tricky policy issues. Welcome to South Australia’s second Citizens’ Jury!
During September and October 2014, a Citizens’ Jury will be given the opportunity to deliberate and make recommendations to government on how we can share the roads safely.
What is a citizens’ jury about?
A citizens’ jury aims to bring the considered judgement of everyday people to bear on complex issues where debates can become polarized and to improve trust in public decision-making. A citizens' jury can also help to identify the trade-offs or the new solutions that enable intractable problems to be resolved.