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RAFAEL EPSTEIN:           It’s been recommended by so many people but not by politicians so all of the people who look at the roads say yeah let’s start charging people for using roads at their busiest, make it cheaper when they are at their least used, that’s the right way to do it, not rego and not tolls, the same price at every time of the day.

Tuesday, 15 March 2016 00:00

Transcript - 2UE with Tim Webster

 TIM WEBSTER: Well there you go Pete, one of my listeners just said you’ve got to get the Minister on. Well, here is the Minister Paul Fletcher. G’day thanks for your time.

PAUL FLETCHER:            G’day Tim.

"A national road-pricing scheme charging motorists according to how far they drive in exchange for cheaper petrol prices and registration fees - is likely to be explored in a study commissioned by the federal government.

Friday, 04 March 2016 00:00

Ground Broken For WestConnex Tunnels

Ground was broken today in preparation for the first WestConnex twin tunnels linking Homebush and Haberfield, as part of the city-changing motorway.

Federal Minister for Major Projects Paul Fletcher and NSW Minister for Roads Duncan Gay watched as a rig began foundation work at Cintra Park in Concord, the first of four tunnelling sites for the project.

DARREN CHESTER:  Well today Minister Fletcher and I had the opportunity to meet with the Victoria Public Transport Minister, Jacinta Allan, and discuss a range of important Victorian infrastructure projects.

Wednesday, 24 February 2016 00:00

Transcript - 3AW Mornings with Neil Mitchell

NEIL MITCHELL: But I want to look at this quickly, because Daniel Andrews yesterday sort of out of nowhere put it all on the line to the Federal Government – he wants $4.5 billion to build the Metro Rail tunnel.

Wednesday, 24 February 2016 00:00

Transcript - ABC Mornings Melbourne with Jon Faine

JON FAINE: Yesterday the Premier, Daniel Andrews, released the business case for the Melbourne Metro Rail Project, which is to basically run a second line under the city of Melbourne connecting the southeastern suburbs to the northern and western suburbs in order to take the pressure off Melbourne’s underground rail loop and take our public transport and train system into the next generation.

Wednesday, 24 February 2016 00:00

Most Commonwealth laws to extend to Norfolk Island

Legislation introduced into Parliament today will extend most Commonwealth laws to Norfolk Island, including the Fair Work Act 2009, and reform federal electoral arrangements for the territory.

Premier Andrews of Victoria today issued a media release entitled “Time for Turnbull to back Melbourne Metro,” in an evident attempt to pressure the Commonwealth into immediately handing over $4.5 billion.

Tuesday, 23 February 2016 00:00

Transcript - 2UE Mornings with Stuart Bocking

STUART BOCKING: We talked a couple of weeks back, changes to the law in relation to the personal importing of new motor vehicles. Now these will be new or near-new, there are some specific criteria here: they must be no more than 12 months old, have no more than 500 kilometres on the clock

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