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INTER-STATE transport agencies will meet in Ballina this afternoon to progress transport and infrastructure projects to better connect South-East Queensland and Northern NSW.
The NSW Cross-Border Commissioner, James McTavish will attend a cross-border transport and planning interagency meeting to assess an array of projects under the QLD-NSW interstate agreement.
It is anticipated the Northern Rivers Rail Trail and the proposed Byron tram line will be discussed at the meeting.
Developer of the new Byron tram line, Peter Finch told the Tweed Daily News that he is calling on the Tweed Shire Council to extend the line into Mooball to create easy access between Byron and Tweed Shire Council.
Key transport priorities under the agreement include: greater efficiencies in delivering flexible border transport solutions ; integrated border bus services and the alignment of priority border road projects.
Local transport is one of four main focus areas for cross-border collaboration.
Regional economic development, aligning services and sharing information and addressing issues of national significance are other key focus areas under the agreement.
This article first appeared on www.northernstar.com.au
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