Does Shorten know where electricity comes from?

Scott Morrison pledges $2 billion for Melbourne-Geelong fast train

Under the Coalition’s proposal, the trains would travel at an average speed of 160 kilometres per hour and take about 32 minutes, down from the current time of about an hour.

Source: ABC News

Meanwhile, Shorten and Albanese are promising to spend more money on roads – probably because they don’t know where the electricity will come from.

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  1. Sydney would have to be one of the few major cities in the world without an underground public train service. Digging tunnels for cars is ridiculous as well as the “light rail” in a congested city with narrow streets is just stupid.,.

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