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Councils say they are disappointed at meetings with the Victorian Government yesterday aimed at heading off a crisis in the state's rail freight.
The state's rail freight operator, Pacific National, is due to stop services in Victoria next month, and transport operators and councils are warning there will be a huge shift of heavy traffic onto the roads.
The Alliance of Councils for Rail Freight Development met with Transport Minister Lynne Kosky and department officials yesterday.
Chairman Vernon Knight says he is worried the State Government does not seem to be acting to safeguard Victorian rolling stock and secure a new operator.
Source: ABC News
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