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The incident occurred in the early hours on Saturday.
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We need a model that recognises the overwhelming benefits of public transport for congestion, for social equity, for our economy, and our health and the health of our cities and our planet.
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Where in previous decades many Australians lived near where they worked, their communities are being transformed into drive-in, drive-out suburbs where they sleep between working and commuting but have little time for anything else. Millions of Australians are literally watching their quality of life disappear like the white lines in their rear-vision mirrors.
Unless we take steps now to reduce traffic congestion by investing in roads and urban rail, the problem will assume such monstrous proportions that it will act as a handbrake on national economic productivity.
If that is not core business for the Commonwealth, I don't know what is.