LABOR’S PROMISE TO ESTABLISH HUNTER TRANSPORT AUTHORITY

Deputy Opposition Leader Linda Burney was in Newcastle today, spruiking Labor’s plan to establish a Hunter Transport Authority, if elected next weekend.

Also revealed, the party’s regional transport plan – despite Ms Burney admitting a budget has not yet been determined.

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