Partial privatisation studies included in DB restructuring
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Hendy heads to NR
Urban rail news in brief - July 2015
Inland rail a trifecta for Toowoomba region: mayor
The Urban Development Institute of Australia has echoed calls for governments to act now to avert a future infrastructure crisis. A report has found there has been a lack of planning and money spent on rail, roads, water treatment and electricity.
The institute's Ron Barclay says it is a critical time for governments, with the extra million people in Queensland's south-east corner in the next 20 years only putting more pressure on the ailing infrastructure.
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