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Roads congress adopts historic transport strategy

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The RCoW still has over 2000 kilometres of unmade road with no prospects of it being sealed due to funding restrictions. The same 20 odd King Valley roads that were closed to heavy traffic in the days of the Shire of Oxley are still restricted today. Hopes of progress are further jeopardised by the imminent world fuel shortages.

In spite of all that, the Australian Local Government Association held a National Local Roads and Transport Congress in Alice Springs this week. At the heart of the strategy is a five-point plan addressing issues of major concern for Australia’s 700 councils:


Written by Greg Naylor

17 July 2006 at 7:30 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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