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The RRAV in a letter in 2018 to the Victorian Auditor General requested an investigation into the MBRP.
Today members of the RRAV meet with Pacific National and the Victorian Auditor General in Maryborough to discuss what has become the MBRP Debacle and Fiasco.
The discussions were highly productive, engaging and in depth regarding the state of the MBRP and the lack of Project Management, Political and
Ministerial oversight of the project and the economic impact the delays and sub-standard work have caused to the project
The discussion also focused on Agriculture Producers and Rail Operators and how these two groups have been inconvenienced and frustrated by the MBRP and
the fact that it appears the MBRP has not delivered what the Business Case for the project had stated to Agriculture Producers and Rail Operators and
the communities along the MBRP corridor or to businesses.
The RRAV made a submission and provided the Victorian Auditor General with information and detailed digital productions and photographs of the MBRP.
The meeting has resulted in closer ties between the RRAV and Pacific National.
Public Relations Manager
Rail Revival Alliance Victoria
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