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A bus industry lobby group says it will not enter the debate over proposed routes for a rapid transit system on the Gold Coast.
Gold Coast City Council and the Queensland Government must decide whether to build a light rail or bus rapid transit system.
The executive director of the Bus Industry Confederation of Australia, and head of the Gold Coast Bus Rapid Transit Task Force, Michael Apps, says residents should decide where the route travels.
"It's not really up to us, I think the route has to be determined by end users and the authorities that are making the decisions," he said.
"Our interest is in making the right decision about the type of transit system that is put in place for not only today but in the future."
Mon Aug 6, 2007 9:50am AEST
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