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The elevation of Footscray Road, which will dramatically expand Port of Melbourne capacity and efficiency, is a key project in the Federal Government's $1.9 billion AusLink program to be launched today.
It would allow full integration between the docks and the Dynon rail precinct, creating what Patrick Corp chief executive Chris Corrigan last month said would be a world-class transport hub.
Port of Melbourne chief executive Stephen Bradford has described raising Footscray Road as Australia's most important infrastructure project under AusLink.
The $100-plus million project would be the cornerstone of a foreshadowed $100 million Patrick expansion at Swanson Dock.
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