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A bullet train would transport passengers from Sydney to Melbourne in just three hours.
Channel Seven reports the Federal Government is considering the idea, which will mirror the bullet trains that they currently have in Tokyo.
The new transport will also allow passengers to get from Sydney to Brisbane in just four hours.
There has been a lot of hype around the bullet style train with NSW Premiers backing the idea for quite some time - but don't expect it to be here tomorrow:
"We've indicated our support for high-speed rail, but our focus is on metro" transport minister Andrew Constance said.
This article first appeared on www.hit.com.au
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