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A passenger rail link between Toowoomba and Brisbane looks to be right on track.
The Chronicle reports that $15million will be spent on developing a Passenger Rail Business Case.
The Toowoomba-Brisbane Passenger Rail Link Business Case will be the first funded under $250million Major Project Business Fund announced in last night’s budget.
The benefits of such a project are enormous, from increased jobs, tourism, health care, it would also give further impetus to the development of Wellcamp Airport. - Groom MP John McVeigh
The long-term project is part of the Turnbull Government’s 10-year infrastructure investment strategy.
This article first appeared on www.triplem.com.au
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