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Inland rail a trifecta for Toowoomba region: mayor
IF YOU have thoughts, ideas or complaints about the upcoming Inland Rail project, make your voice heard.
That's the message from Groom MP John McVeigh, who said his office was being flooded with enquiries and complaints from residents in the proposed corridor for the project near Yelarbon and Millmerran.
This is despite media reports about the Yelarbon to Gowrie Project Reference Group being published to give residents a chance to have their say.
"People are concerned and I'm worried that despite that reference group's communication and media over recent months, some residents may be unaware potential corridors are being reviewed," he said.
"I'm therefore redoubling efforts to raise awareness of the process through the media."
Mr McVeigh said no decision had been made on the exact corridor to be used, since that was the point of the reference group being formed.
"The first point I need to make is that no decision has been made on the preferred corridor let alone a specific eventual route through the region," he said.
"The Yelarbon to Gowrie Project Reference Group was announced by Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester late last year to gather local input into corridor options."
To register for the reference group, head to the website.
This article first appeared on www.thechronicle.com.au
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