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The loss of 200,000 people would not much change Melbourne or Sydney, but those numbers moving to Geelong or Wollongong would create huge disruption
Posted 2 months ago by newsbot
A would-be developer’s vision involves building eight cities between Melbourne and Sydney. But a Guardian investigation has uncovered serious doubts
Posted 2 months ago by Railpage System User
Though it is tempting to see setbacks in the development of high-speed rail around the world, Torkel Patterson – Vice- Chairman of the International High Speed Rail Association (IHRA) – believes we are entering a golden age of high-speed rail.
Posted 3 months ago by 8077
Governments are looking to fast rail services to regional cities to relieve population pressures in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Posted 3 months ago by newsbot
It’s nothing much right now, but this land outside Sydney is due to undergo a transformation that could set back high-speed rail for 40 years.
Posted 4 months ago by bevans
The approval of Sydney’s second airport at Badgerys Creek has set back the case for high-speed rail linking Melbourne and Brisbane by as much as 40 years, but proponents say governments should still work to ensure that the land corridor for the project is secured.
Posted 5 months ago by Railpage System User
In a late-stage election bid, the Federal Opposition has promised to invest over $1 billion for planning works on a High Speed Rail Link along Australia’s east coast, as well as $300 million for Melbourne’s Suburban Rail Loop.
Posted 5 months ago by x31
Federal Labor’s election promise to use $1 billion to protect a corridor between Melbourne and Brisbane for a future bullet train has put high-speed rail firmly back on the political agenda.
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