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The federal and Victorian governments have come to an agreement on how to spend $3 billion previously allocated to the scrapped East-West Link project.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Tuesday announced the federal government's $1.5 billion share would be matched by state funding and spent on more than 40 road and rail projects.
The list includes a $1 billion upgrade to the Monash Freeway along with work on the M80 Ring road and the Murray Basin freight rail project.
Mr Turnbull said the federal funding had been sitting unused since the Andrews Labor government decided not to go ahead with the East-West Link.
"It was sitting there not creating one job, not relieving congestion," he told reporters in Melbourne.
"We have broken the deadlock."
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