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The New South Wales Government is again being urged to pull the plug on its much vaunted Sydney CBD metro.
The Opposition leader Barry O'Farrell says last night's Four Corners program has demonstrated the economic irresponsibility of pressing ahead with the $5 billion project.
Mr O'Farrell says the metro fails the government's planning objectives and does not address the transport needs of Sydney's outlying suburbs
"Today is the day Nathan Rees should say 'enough is enough,'" he said.
"[He should say] 'we're going to turn the corner, we're going to scrap this project and instead build the long promised rail links to the north-west and the south-west, be economically responsible and meet this city's planning needs.'"
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