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The New South Wales Government is seeking $7 billion from the Commonwealth to fast track the North-West Rail Line.
The government's latest wish list has been published on the transport department's website.
It ranks the Northern Sydney Freight Corridor, North-West Rail and Hills District Line, Container Freight Improvement Strategy and M5 East Expansion as priority projects - ahead of the Parramatta to Epping rail link which was promised by Julia Gillard during the federal election campaign.
The documents show the government wants funding from the Commonwealth so that the north-west line can be operational five years earlier in 2019 instead of 2024.
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