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Labor's rail plan to cost $3.8bn

The state opposition says its ambitious Metronet rail plan would cost about $3.8 billion, about half the amount estimated by the state government.

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I think Labor has a strong pro railway history. Liberals shut down the Fremantle line was it in the 1980's? Bring back McTiernan and ask her to coordinate the next epic movement in rail transportation for Perth, is anyone else skilled and experienced as much as our previous planning minister?

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