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A billion-dollar rail project in central and north Queensland is a step closer to becoming a reality.
The Northern Missing Link project would link the Goonyella coal rail system with the Newlands system, allowing for more coal to reach the upgraded Abbot Point terminal near Bowen.
Premier Anna Bligh says coal companies Lake Vermont and Bowen Central Coal have now come on board and agreed to commercial principles for the project.
She is hoping other coal companies will follow suit.
Ms Bligh says final planning should be done by December and the first work is expected to begin near Moranbah by April next year.
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