State forced to change plans on rural freight

The state government is looking to reopen three old railway lines in the wheatbelt after admitting that road upgrades needed to lift freight capacity would not be completed ahead of this year's harvest.


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History has always told us that Liberal governments have always let the railways run down!!!

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