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Minister to present 40-50 year transport plan to cabinet

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Transport Minister Dean Nalder said he is about to present his long-term transport plan for Western Australia.

The Minister joined Bob Maumill on the 6PR Morning Program to respond to the announcement by Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, that Labor would scrap the Perth Freight Link if elected to office in July, and instead channel $1b in funding to WA Labor’s Metronet.

Mr Nalder told Bob Maumill that he is about to present to State Cabinet, a long term transport plan, that will include the freight corridor, people movement, public transport, the freeways and cycleways, for the next 40 to 50 years.

Listen to the Transport Minister’s interview with Bob Maumill below.

New Labor Candidate for Fremantle, Josh Wilson, told Bob Maumill he has no doubt that the Perth Freight Link is not the sensible option for the seat of Fremantle.
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