Anderson criticises inland rail project’s lack of details

<p>The Commonwealth Government is still waiting for the full business plan for the Australian Inland Rail Expressway linking Melbourne and Darwin, according to reports on the ABC.</p> <p>Deputy prime minister John Anderson was responding to reported criticisms that stalled track lease negotiations between the New South Wales and Federal governments is hindering progress on the project, the ABC said.</p> <p>Mr Anderson said he has "repeatedly asked" to meet financial backers for the inland rail project and see the business plan but it has not happened.</p> <p>The inland rail project would link Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Townsville to Darwin.</p> <br />