It's 18 months, not 2 years. The Andrews Government was sworn in on 4/12/14. The hallmark of the government has been to deliver on its promises, in stark contrast to the Baillieu/Napthine government that lied about everything to get elected in the first place. The only promise they kept was to put cows in the Alpine National Park. The Liberals, and their media mates, continue to say that Labor is overspending just as they did under the Bracks government when the regional lines were resurrected. The Libs called it "farce rail". They still do. Most transport enthusiasts called it "about time". The only problem with the Regional Rail Renewal was that not enough money was spent rather than too much. But it has resulted in the renaissance of regional rail travel.
Criticising a government for not going beyond their promises is a bit bizarre. Of course, it would be nice if they had been able to fix all the accumulated public transport and other infrastructure problems in 18 months. But no other government ever has, either here or anywhere else. I would like to see taxes rise by 20% to the same levels that enable significant ongoing rail works in Europe. But the state government can't do that and all we have at the moment from Turnbull, who is favourite to win the election, is a $50 billion tax cut for no good reason. If you want significant extra transport works - and it will need about $1 billion to get NE Rail right, including fixing the cuts to RRL, then that money is going to have to come from, at least in part, the Feds. They should be your target.