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Eric Lumsden says an efficient public transport system is a top priority.

Lumsden welcomes ‘50-year’ transport package

Western Australian Planning Commission chairman Eric Lumsden says the newly endorsed $2.3 billion road and rail package for the metropolitan area will address Perth’s public transport needs for the next 25 to 50 years.

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The Vines
Great to see some of these projects being committed to. There needs to be an understanding, though, that the main driver for road/transport upgrades is the huge increase in travel distance required by commuters. This is due to the large increase in periphery development of the Perth metro area, with little provision for meaningful employment in these developing areas.

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