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The independent Member for New England, Tony Windsor, has welcomed a feasibility study into building an inland rail line between Melbourne and Brisbane.
The Transport Minister and Member for Gwydir, John Anderson, says it is a move that will save millions of dollars in road maintenance costs and take hundreds of trucks off the roads.
The railway line would help carry an expected increase in freight over the next 15 years.
Mr Windsor says he is pleased the process will be public.
The Australasian Railway Association says the feasibility study has been sorely needed for some time.
The chief executive officer, Bryan Nye, says it is unclear at this stage which route would be the best.
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