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The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) will lift the current speed restriction on the Menangle rail bridge, improving transit times between Melbourne and Sydney.
A safety assessment has recommended speeds can be lifted from the present 40km/h limit to 80km/h from October 31.
The report found no immediate work is required on the bridge and no further deterioration of the infrastructure has occurred.
The ARTC has implemented a tailored maintenance plan for the bridge to ensure ongoing safe freight services. It plans to invest $2 million over the next five years for further ongoing maintenance and enhancement of safety and reliability of the bridge.
The ARTC manages the New South Wales interstate line under a 60-year lease from the State Government.
It has recently announced a $1.3 billion investment program for the upgrade of the main north-south corridor between Melbourne and Brisbane.
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