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The Northern Rivers Trains on our Tracks (TOOT) group says it is only a matter of time before the state and federal governments invest more money in local rail services.
TOOT was one of a number of community rail groups represented at a forum on rail and the Pacific Highway in Coffs Harbour this week.
Spokeswoman Karin Kolbe says an increasing focus on the environment, traffic congestion and rising petrol prices mean it is inevitable governments will have to look at improving rail freight and commuter transport in New South Wales.
"Recently we had the local government shires association at their conference, they came out in support of rail," she said.
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