Highway from hell needs urgent funding

Sally Cripps
Updated September 22 2015 - 1:36pm, first published March 17 2015 - 12:19pm
Holes filled with bulldust and rocks are preventing millions of dollars coming to the state's north through better freight, increased tourism, and savings in fuel and time, unless governments commit to urgently sealing the Hann Highway.
Holes filled with bulldust and rocks are preventing millions of dollars coming to the state's north through better freight, increased tourism, and savings in fuel and time, unless governments commit to urgently sealing the Hann Highway.

IT’S only 120km long but it represents a yawning chasm between stagnation and vibrant economic development.

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