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LABOR'S two large transport initiatives - the duplication of the Calder and the fast rail project - are vital to the future of central Victoria.
The Calder is a 50-50 road with the Federal Government, but the Liberals have continually delayed the project. By pushing on and embarrassing the Liberals, we will win the fight for it to happen.
This project is backed by Labor and central Victoria and will greatly improve road transport.
The fast rail project sees an upgrade of track, and, as promised, some faster trains, some new trains and some extra services.
Without the works, the old line would have fallen into disrepair and could not be used as much.
Stuart Glasgow (Letters, October 8) seems unaware that the Bracks Government is going to have even more services than we originally promised.
There will be an extra 45 services per week on the Bendigo-Melbourne line.
Likewise, the Liberals have set out their opposition to any new services to pay for their half-toll promise on Eastlink in the Eastern suburbs on Melbourne.
Bendigo wants extra services, and the Liberal plan for them not to happen is to be rejected.
BOB CAMERON,Member for Bendigo West
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