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The Victorian Greens will reveal its plan to roll out high capacity signalling on Melbourne's train network and get new trains on the track, just in time for next month's state election.
The party wants to improve signalling across the rail network in a bid to get more trains running during peak times, and put an extra 100 high capacity metro trains on key lines.
"Melbourne's train system is struggling with an inefficient signalling system that has been ignored by current and previous governments," a Greens statement read ahead of Monday's announcement.
This article first appeared on www.westernadvocate.com.au
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