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The State Opposition is calling on the Tasmanian Government to explain its transport plan for the proposed pulp mill claiming concerns are being ignored.
The George Town Council commissioned a report into traffic movements and has asked the Government to upgrade the intersection of the East Tamar Highway with the pulp mill access road.
The Liberal's infrastructure spokesman Peter Gutwein says he is worried the Government's giving scant regard to the council's concerns.
"One of the things we want to see is a commitment from the Government in regards to what action they're going to take regarding access and exits from the site," Mr Gutwein said.
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