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2050 Completion of Australia's largest infrastructure project the "outer city loop"


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https://www.theage.c...828-p5005r.html

 

 

 

 

correction  it will be the biggest public transport project in Australian history not the biggest infrastructure project

 

I think this is a good add to the timeline as the timeline included other large scale public transport upgrades


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put correction in above post would not let me delete this reply



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Great suggestion – thanks. Although I do wonder about the habitability of Australia by then...


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Not that I'm knocking infrastructure projects, we need more of them. By why is it going to take 30 years to build 90km of track? That seems like a simple engineering problem and it would be embarrassing not to finish in 5-10 years at the most. It's not like they're building canals across continents like the Chinese.

Seriously though, Pennsylvania listen please, Pittsburgh needs an expanded rail network.

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Not that I'm knocking infrastructure projects, we need more of them. By why is it going to take 30 years to build 90km of track? That seems like a simple engineering problem and it would be embarrassing not to finish in 5-10 years at the most. It's not like they're building canals across continents like the Chinese.

Seriously though, Pennsylvania listen please, Pittsburgh needs an expanded rail network.

My understanding is they are linking one station at a time instead of all together


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