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VICTORIAN Liberal leader Matthew Guy has promised his party would undo recent changes to V/Line timetabling should it win government at the next state election.
From the man who comes from a political party responsible for the removal of many country services during the Jeff Kennett "razor gang" era it appears the Liberal Party are now desperate to rebuild their tarnished reputation in regional Victoria and specifically Gippsland.
Mr. Guy at a presentation in Warragul recently talked about his commitment to the Commuters of Gippsland.
“By stopping people at Pakenham from using V/Line services, the state government has ripped out 200 services that people should be able to use in Pakenham, which is one of the fastest growing areas in Australia,” Mr Guy said.
“If I am elected premier I will make sure people will be able to board the train in Pakenham as they have always been able to do.”
Mr. Guy failed to mention the thousands of services removed from across Victoria in previous Liberal Governments supported by the Victorian National Party.
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