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Passenger rail has been absent from the Wimmera for almost 30 years, but discussions are taking place to revitalise public transport in the region.
The discussions are being led by the Rail Futures Institute, a public transport advocacy, think-tank, and research organisation. The Institute hopes to debate rail changes in the Wimmera.
In March, Rail Futures Institute president John Hearsch connected with many local government councils in the Wimmera to assess the interest of a potential return to passenger rail in the area. Horsham Rural City Council, Northern Grampians Shire Council, the Southern Grampians Shire Council, and the Ararat
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