Labor commits $50-million for next stage of rail line

 

News article: Labor commits $50-million for next stage of rail line

The Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese conducted a whistle stop tour of sites across the Illawarra on Tuesday to help bolster Labor's electoral fortunes.

  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
The Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese conducted a whistle stop tour of sites across the Illawarra on Tuesday to help bolster Labor's electoral fortunes.



At the centrepiece of a string of announcements covering Gerringong, Shellharbour and Wollongong came a further $50-million dollars for the Maldon to Dombarton rail line.



When former Prime Minister Julia Gillard visited Wollongong in October 2011 she committed $25-million for studies to make the project shovel ready.



Mr Albanese, who's vast portfolio includes Infrastructure, says the additional seed funding will be used to encourage private investment.
Labor commits $50-million for next stage of rail line


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Plenty of Money going into Rail from Labour!

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  gy Junior Train Controller

Maybe Bevan , however they cannot sign the cheques so it becomes talk only and a non binding promise at this stage.
  freightgate Minister for Railways

Location: Albury, New South Wales
Do lBor had a policy on Maldon to Domarton or is this pledge part of a much larger transport policy ?

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