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The simmering feud between road and rail freight lobbies has bubbled up again following renewed sniping from the tracks.
The latest outbreak comes as a league of rail and logistics bodies makes a plea for Port Botany container rail subsidies of the kind shown to make Fremantle the leading national example of modal shift.
Freight on Rail Group (FORG) of Australia, Australian Logistics Council (ALC), Freight and Trade Alliance (FTA), the Australasian Railway Association (ARA) and individual port rail freight operators came together on Friday for the call.
Their arguments, noting trucks’ share of Sydney’s road congestion and expanded use of larger trucks, were couched in terms trucking organisations view as an attack on their industry’s efficiency and productivity gains, specifically high productivity vehicles (HPVs)
This article first appeared on www.fullyloaded.com.au
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