Importance of transport and infrastructure

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Importance of transport and infrastructure

#1 Post by GeorgeFowell » Thu Dec 27, 2018 7:28 pm

Any countries development depend their transportation and infrastructure therefore transportation and infrastructure are the important for every countries. Australian primary producers contend in international export markets, wherever the fight of Australian merchandise could be wedged by tariffs, or direct and indirect subsidies to production by competitors.

Australia farmers additionally offer domestic markets, and bank of economical transport to make sure the delivery of contemporary, prime quality turn out, to customers.
Transport infrastructure presents a major chance to cut back prices and maintain a commercialism advantage. So Australia’s food and fibre producers have a robust unconditional interest in transport infrastructure and its rating.
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Re: Importance of transport and infrastructure

#2 Post by SBD » Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:13 pm

Relevant transport infrastructure in the pipeline but maybe not yet funded include:
  • an export port (and railway) on eastern Eyre Peninsula between Port Lincoln and Whyalla
  • Sealing Yorkey's Crossing
  • Duplicating the Joy Baluche Bridge
  • Sealing the Strezlecki Track
  • Truro bypass
  • Monarto to Truro (road and rail)
  • Northern Connector (and the rest of the North-South Corridor)
  • Grade separation of the intersection north of Port Wakefield
  • Upgrade of the Augusta Highway
  • Duplication of the Swanport Bridge
What is missing is any kind of coordinated plan to revive or expand regional railways, and to attract investment, employment and industry back to regional areas.

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Re: Importance of transport and infrastructure

#3 Post by ghs (but alot worse) » Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:14 pm

SBD wrote:
Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:13 pm
Relevant transport infrastructure in the pipeline but maybe not yet funded include:
  • an export port (and railway) on eastern Eyre Peninsula between Port Lincoln and Whyalla
  • Sealing Yorkey's Crossing
  • Duplicating the Joy Baluche Bridge
  • Sealing the Strezlecki Track
  • Truro bypass
  • Monarto to Truro (road and rail)
  • Northern Connector (and the rest of the North-South Corridor)
  • Grade separation of the intersection north of Port Wakefield
  • Upgrade of the Augusta Highway
  • Duplication of the Swanport Bridge
What is missing is any kind of coordinated plan to revive or expand regional railways, and to attract investment, employment and industry back to regional areas.
What they don’t tell you is that none of these will work and they’re all just pat-on-the-back ploys to give the politicians warm-fuzzies.

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Re: Importance of transport and infrastructure

#4 Post by SBD » Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:24 pm

ghs (but alot worse) wrote:
Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:14 pm
SBD wrote:
Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:13 pm
Relevant transport infrastructure in the pipeline but maybe not yet funded include:
  • an export port (and railway) on eastern Eyre Peninsula between Port Lincoln and Whyalla
  • Sealing Yorkey's Crossing
  • Duplicating the Joy Baluche Bridge
  • Sealing the Strezlecki Track
  • Truro bypass
  • Monarto to Truro (road and rail)
  • Northern Connector (and the rest of the North-South Corridor)
  • Grade separation of the intersection north of Port Wakefield
  • Upgrade of the Augusta Highway
  • Duplication of the Swanport Bridge
What is missing is any kind of coordinated plan to revive or expand regional railways, and to attract investment, employment and industry back to regional areas.
What they don’t tell you is that none of these will work and they’re all just pat-on-the-back ploys to give the politicians warm-fuzzies.
If you plan to troll like that, be specific. For each of the things on my list, identify it's purpose and why that solution won't fix the problem. Every one of the things I listed is more important for heavy transport including rural production than it is for commuters (although some will benefit them too).

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