Thanks aushiker you beat me to it, I have realised the difference. Jumped the gun when somebody sent it to me
Nothing wrong with that ... I got excited too
A little more information from Hansard
Legislative Council - Wednesday, 3 July 2013, Page 4350
ROAD TRAFFIC (OVERTAKING BICYCLES) BILL
The Hon. M. PARNELL (16:05): Obtained leave and introduced a bill for an act to amend the Road Traffic Act 1961. Read a first time.
Wednesday, 3 July 2013, Page 4350
The Hon. M. Parnell, Speech
Bills, Second Reading
The second reading speech by Mark Parnell can be found at http://hansard.parliament.sa.gov.au/pag ... x?i=242160
. It concludes ...
In conclusion, this legislation is not the complete solution to making our roads safer—clearly, it is not. Those of us who were advocating for cycle safety in the eighties and nineties used to talk about the four Es: engineering, education, encouragement and enforcement. I think those principles still hold firm. This measure today is a combination of education and enforcement. All those things are necessary. A good start is to pass this bill. Another good start would be for the government to recommit to a cycling strategy for South Australia that added concrete actions and policies to the rhetoric.
I hope that all sides of politics will join the Greens and support this bill. After all, it is an opportunity for us to show national leadership on the issue of road safety. I also remind members that next year in May the prestigious Velo-city Global conference will be held here in Adelaide. It is the first time this global conference has come to Australia, and the cycling world's spotlight will be on our state and our city. Let's show them that South Australians take cycling and cycle safety seriously. I commend the bill to the house.
Debate adjourned on motion of Hon. K.J. Maher.
I haven't gone any further with my research.