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Western Australia's Planning and Infrastructure Minister Alannah MacTiernan has rejected Opposition criticism of the State Government's 20-year vision for public transport.
At the Labor Party's State Conference yesterday, Premier Alan Carpenter unveiled Labor's long term vision and announced a project team would be headed by the Minister, to develop concrete plans within a year.
Under Labor's plan, to be developed in stages over the next 20 years, the northern suburbs railway would be extended to Yanchep, there would be a link to the new Perth airport and a high speed train service from Perth to Bunbury.
The Opposition says it is nothing more than a plan for another plan, however Ms MacTiernan says there will be more detail before the election.
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