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A multibillion-dollar plan initiated under the Napthine government to avert a looming congestion crisis on Melbourne's busiest railway line could be adopted by Labor in a revised form.
The $2-$2.5 billion Cranbourne-Pakenham rail upgrade was the first project launched under the Coalition's controversial "unsolicited proposals" infrastructure strategy, in which the private sector was encouraged to pitch major projects to government.
The proposed upgrade for the Dandenong rail corridor included 25 new high-capacity trains, the removal of four level crossings, three rebuilt stations, a new train depot and modern signalling.
This article first appeared on m.theage.com.au
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