'Gradual erosion': South-west roads need millions more funding

Ben Silvester
Updated November 14 2023 - 6:11pm, first published 4:11pm
A Grattan Institute study argues country roads are a "disgrace" because they are overlooked for government funding in favour of big city councils that don't need the money.
A Grattan Institute study argues country roads are a "disgrace" because they are overlooked for government funding in favour of big city councils that don't need the money.

Roads in country areas like the south-west are hundreds of millions of dollars underfunded each year, a new study has revealed.

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Ben Silvester

Ben Silvester

Victorian state correspondent

Correspondent covering key issues across regional Victoria, based in Melbourne.

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