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The State Opposition has criticised a Government plan to put only one new train station along the soon-to-be-extended Joondalup train line.
The Government yesterday announced it would go ahead with the rail extension to Butler, in Perth's northern suburbs.
Construction of the extension and the new station to be named 'Brighton' is due to begin in 2011.
The Opposition's Transport spokesman Ken Travers says there should be two stations built along the extension, as his party proposed when it was in Government.
"The cancellation of the Butler station will mean there are 1800 cars a day additionally on the roads in the Northern suburbs adding to congestion and the people living around the proposed Butler station will be very disappointed,"
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