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Toowoomba Region Mayor Paul Antonio has welcomed the federal government’s announcement that pre-feasibility studies will be advanced for five interface improvement projects that are linked to the Inland Rail project across southern Queensland.
Mayor Antonio said it was a great achievement for southern Queensland proponents to receive approval for more than a quarter of the 16 projects along the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail alignment.
“I’m pleased to see that the merit of the rail interface improvement projects has been acknowledged by the federal government. Each of the proposals has been ruled as eligible for the next stage of assessment,” Mayor Antonio said.
Toowoomba Regional Council, on behalf of the Darling Downs and South West Queensland (DDSWQ) Council of Mayors late last year submitted Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for three projects that were assessed under the Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications.
This article first appeared on www.miragenews.com
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