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  • The problem with Australian trains
  • The problem with Australian trains
    Jenny Mealing ©
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The problem with Australian trains

In July 2014, a report denouncing the money wasted on Australian road infrastructure was leaked. Despite these investments, over 1 in 3 Australians consider their roads to be worse than those in other developed countries – but the real loser has been public transport.

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