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The backlog of maintenance spending on the state's creaking rail network has ballooned to almost $680 million. Most is in country NSW, where $596 million of maintenance work had banked up by June - $57 million more than last year, according to the NSW Auditor-General, Bob Sendt.
Rail maintenance backlogs on the Sydney metropolitan area had slightly improved, with $80 million of projects incomplete by mid-2004. Mr Sendt pointed out that the Rail Infrastructure Corporation had reviewed the condition of rail tracks in 2001 and said $700 million was required to be spent annually on maintenance to keep tracks safe.
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