$4.7B bus, rail tunnel is planned for Australian city

A three-mile tunnel that would accommodate both bus and rail transportation is being planned for Brisbane, Australia. The upper portion of the $4.7 billion project will be used by buses, while the lower level will be used by trains. "We've taken two of Brisbane's major congestion challenges ... and come up with an affordable and elegant solution," said premier Campbell Newman. "The project we are announcing today delivers the public transport services needed for the next 50 years."

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