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Queensland Transport Minister Rachel Nolan has rejected suggestions the Gold Coast's light rail project could be up to two years late.
Gold Coast Mayor Ron Clarke says he believes the 2014 starting date for services may be ambitious and the Property Council's Peter Trathen says he is concerned about delays in early works for the project.
Ms Nolan says she is confident the project will be completed in late 2013 as scheduled.
"I think we'll see early works starting on the Gold Coast rapid transit project very shortly, "she said.
"There are some technical details still being worked through with the Federal Government but that is not meaning a delay in the delivery of the project."
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