Rail Times on Bendigo Echuca Line

It is totally unreasonable that communities along the Bendigo Echuca line have to endure a second rate rail system

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This petition calls on the Andrews Labor Government to immediately upgrade the Echuca to Bendigo train line to increase the track speed. The Bendigo Echuca line is a Class 4 line and this petition calls for the line to be upgraded to Class 2 to improve the train’s performance and equate it to other V/Line services across the State.

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