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The Next Federal Election and Passenger and Freight Rail
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Rail gets another CRC. Third time lucky?
Chinese high speed rail should confine the XPT to history
Hendy heads to NR
Urban rail news in brief - July 2015
Inland rail a trifecta for Toowoomba region: mayor
The rail industry has reignited the transport funding debate, accusing big trucks of not paying their way. Stephen O'Donnell, chairman of the Australasian Railway Association, said car owners were effectively paying 40 per cent more than they should to subsidise the impact of long-haul trucks on Australia's highways.
The chief executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Chris Althaus, attacked the remarks. "We pay our way," he said. Mr Althaus said the road transport industry paid $1.6 billion a year for the use of roads.
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