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A new report card has found three quarters of infrastructure in New South Wales is in need of major changes.
Engineers Australia has tracked the development of infrastructure in New South Wales over the past seven years.
It has released a report card which has found the state's infrastructure is generally in below average to poor condition.
Rating for state and local roads, rail and electricity have all gone backwards.
Rail slipped the most, it came close to failing but received a minus D rating, with peak hour overcrowding still a major problem.
Airports however are in good shape, along with national roads and potable water.
The report also recommends major changes are needed for electricity, gas and telecommunications.
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