Labor, the Coalition and the Greens support the concept of high-speed rail linking Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, as well as regional areas in between. The parties disagree on whether the project should be a current priority and whether it should be financed federally or by the states.
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Privatised hyperloops, the first person to do it is gonna be in the interest of making a lot of money, and with IP abolished there would be many more until the industry can't make more money due to competition and supply/demand
i think yes, starting with the east being our most populated, and then moving to incorporate the rest of the country, a high speed rail will cut the shipping times of goods thus lowering prices, but will also facilitate long range workers in traveling to and from distant work sites.
The use of Tesla trucks are far more economical than rail transportation for goods. However, a hyperloop for people would be very beneficial for major cities, allowing people not dwelling in cities to work in cities and arrive on time
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