Wednesday, 16 November 2011

North West. Concern over rail cost

Barry O’Farrell’s infrastructure adviser, the former premier Nick Greiner, is pushing the government to reopen the saga of the north west rail link, citing concerns about its cost and a lack of faith in RailCorp, according to The Sydney Morning Herald. In a development recalling the missing line's tortuous 13-year history, Mr Greiner is lobbying inside government for it to consider throwing the planning and operation of the line to the private sector. If the government adopts Mr Greiner's suggestion, it would need to break a commitment to have the line's final plan and cost set in stone by the end of this year.



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