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An election announcement on the return of trains to Clyde is expected today.
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy is expected to announce a $480m double track extension of the rail line from its current terminus at Cranbourne to Clyde. This announcement would be welcomed as much discussion has recently taken place about the need to re-open the line to Clyde in conjunction with the continued housing development in the area and has been canvased for years.
The former railway station at Clyde forms part of the South Gippsland Railway Line closed in 1992 by the former coalition government under Jeff Kennett much to the anger of residents at the time.
The extension is expected to be open by 2022.
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