Truss appoints Anderson to lead inland rail group

 

News article: Truss appoints Anderson to lead inland rail group

Former deputy prime minister John Anderson will don his transport hat again to lead a government-appointed group tasked with progressing the Melbourne to Brisbane inland railway project.

  micksheedy Station Staff

Former deputy prime minister John Anderson will don his transport hat again to lead a government-appointed group tasked with progressing the Melbourne to Brisbane inland railway project.

Federal Infrastructure Minister Warren Truss appointed Anderson, a former Nationals MP and transport minister, to chair an implementation group responsible for determining construction priorities and ensuring engagement with the community and stakeholders.
Truss appoints Anderson to lead inland rail group

Another job for The Boys. Anderson was absolutely hopeless as an MP. Lost his seat because he was incompetent As Transport Minister. He was responsible for Security and Police checks and issue of ID Cards at International and Domestic Airports, there was more criminals on the inside of perimeter fences at airports than prison on the inside of perimeter fences at Long Bay Goal

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  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
I tend to agree with this.  Why not have someone who is passionate about the project like Tim Fischer?

Or even someone with a solid track record in delivery of infrastructure projects?

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Brian
  Ballast_Plough Chief Commissioner

Location: Lilydale, Vic
Problem is that Tim is too biased the other way.
  GrahamH Chief Commissioner

Location: At a terminal on the www.
Another job for The Boys. Anderson was absolutely hopeless as an MP. Lost his seat because he was incompetent As Transport Minister.

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micksheedy
Complete Rubbish!! He retired due to a health issue.

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