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New South Wales Planning Minister Frank Sartor believes the trucking industry should make a contribution towards upgrading rail infrastructure linking Port Botany.
But a decision on how, including a proposal for a levy on the movement of containers, is yet to be decided, the Minister's spokesperson tells ATN.
A report into port infrastructure has proposed a $30 per TEU levy on container movements to and from Botany.
Hugh McMaster from the NSW Road Transport Association (NSWRTA) is vehemently opposed to any levy.
"The price on that level is not going to make one iota of difference," he tells ATN. "It won't stick one container off a truck onto a rail wagon."
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