Started by verbatim9, December 04, 2020, 20:21:47 PM
QuoteThe behaviour of travellers between Perth and Bunbury could hold the key to whether a proposed high-speed rail line is extended to the rest of WA's South West.Key points:A study is being undertaken to look at travel patterns between Perth and BunburyIt will be used to support work looking at a business case for a faster rail serviceState and federal governments have put $8 million towards the projectThe long-term project — to which state and federal authorities have contributed $8 million — would result in fast rail connecting WA's capital with its second-largest regional city. A feasibility study released in 2010 put the cost of the project at close to $1.2 billion and estimated it would reduce the travel time between the two cities to around 90 minutes.The WA government is now seeking a consultant to study travel behaviour and patterns, which could influence its potential extension to Busselton. ...
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