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Today is the last chance for locals to put up their hands to play a role in shaping the state government's planned high speed rail link between Geelong and Melbourne.
The ALP has called for expressions of interest from people to join its reference group for the project, which will work alongside key stakeholder organisations and technical advisors during the planning stage.
Three companies with "world class expertise" and who assisted the Labor governmnent with planning for the Metro Tunnel, have also been appointed to advisory roles.
The government has set aside $50 million to investigate fast rail infrastructure upgrades, costs and train requirements.
The Geelong-Melbourne link is part of the larger project to deliver train services to Melbourne Airport.
The state opposition has also promised high speed rail between Geelong and Melbourne, claiming its project will be completed and operating within four years.
Expressions of interest for the reference group can be lodged at railprojects.vic.gov.au.
This article first appeared on www.bay939.com.au
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