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Transport operators complaining about the state of the south-west’s roads and their fears for the safety of their staff. Pictured is Jodi Fry, co-owner of Fry’s Cartage. 120227AS03 picture: AARON SAWALLANGRY transport operators are demanding an immediate cash injection into the south-west’s arterial road network, which they say is the worst in the state.
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They met today to launch an ongoing campaign which will take their roads funding fight to Spring Street.

The Roads to Ruin push has set out to directly pressure Transport Minister Terry Mulder to set aside a cash pool to repair the region’s main trucking routes – roads they claim are the state’s worst.

Freight truck operators, milk processors, farmers and other business figures met at The Standard’s office to outline their concerns.

Roads to Ruin campaign director Jodi Fry said she was fed up with the dangers along some of the south-west’s main roads.

She said most of the country links cited as dangerous came under the jurisdiction of VicRoads and therefore were the responsibility of the state government.

“People are just fed up with the condition of many of our main roads and the way state government after state government turns a blind eye,” Mrs Fry said.

“We’ve come together to directly pressure people like Terry Mulder because the message clearly isn’t getting through.”

Read more about the campaign in tomorrow’s Standard

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