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The Warrnambool - Geelong - Melbourne rail line needs fixing urgently.
Trains to and from Melbourne are overcrowded and unreliable. We need more daily services for Warrnambool and Colac and express peak hour trains between Geelong and Melbourne.
That's why your State and Federal Liberal MPs are fighting for more money for our rail services.
Despite $1m from the Turnbull Government to plan the rail duplication between South Geelong and Waurn Ponds, we have seen no action from State Labor on this project.
While the State is responsible for passenger rail, dedicated Commonwealth funding would help the state plan and fund vital rail upgrades.
That’s why we need your voice, your friends and family to support our petition for better passenger rail.
Sign up now and show your support!
Sarah Henderson MP
Federal Member for Corangamite
The Hon Dan Tehan MP
Federal Member for Wannon
Richard Riordan MP
Member for Polwarth
Roma Britnell MP
Member for South-West Coast
Andrew Katos MP
Member for South Barwon
Simon Ramsay MP
Member for Western Victoria
This article first appeared on www.fightingforbetterrail.com.au
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