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The Federal Government's $11.8 billion national transport plan was a half-baked vote buying exercise, opposition transport spokesman Martin Ferguson said today.
Unveiled by the Federal Government today, AusLink also seeks to bring the rail network into line with the road system, setting up an east-coast railway network capable of shouldering more of the freight burden.
Mr Ferguson said Labor welcomed funding for the Hume and Pacific highways and improvements to rail freight, but the Commonwealth needed to reduce congestion in cities by working with state governments to improve public transport.
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