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Coalition 'will fix highway'

SPEAKING at yesterday's NSW Nationals State Conference in Bowral, the Federal Coalition hopped into the Pacific Hwy debate by reaffirming its commitment to fixing the road.

The Federal Leader of the Nationals and Shadow Minister for Infrastructure Warren Truss said the Federal Coalition was committed to duplicating the highway.

"I welcome this renewed commitment from Warren Truss which will ensure that construction of the dual carriageway will continue under a Federal Coalition Government without any unnecessary delays," Federal MP for Cowper Luke Hartsuyker said.

"I know that North Coast residents just want governments to get on with the job of upgrading the road, so I am delighted that Warren has reaffirmed the Coalition's commitment.

"The Coalition will release its Pacific Highway policy before the next election."

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