My question is to the Minister for Transport Infrastructure. It follows Andrew Miller’s 17th February report (in Stock and Land) that Rail Projects Victoria is now undertaking a review on the stalled Murray Basin Rail Project to determine the most cost-effective outcomes of any future spending on it. This project is obviously critical to my electorate.  The prospect that work may re-start is therefore welcome news for the many of us inside and outside this Parliament who have been calling for a long time for that to happen.
However, I ask the Minister if she can clarify whether the Government is now only contemplating delivering a significantly modified and abbreviated model rather than the full, original version of the project – given there are now widespread and growing concerns to this effect?