Our Plan to Bust Congestion – Bust Bottlenecks

THE PROBLEM Congestion on our roads is getting worse under Labor. Southeast Queensland continues to grow, with almost two million extra people set to call it home over the next two decades. That means more pressure on existing infrastructure like local roads, schools and hospitals. Labor have cut the capital

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Our Plan for Cheaper Electricity and Fuel – Support Green Energy

THE PROBLEM Queenslanders want affordable and reliable energy. But South Australia’s rush to a 50 per cent renewable energy target resulted in blackouts and higher prices. Queensland Labor have blindly followed South Australia, putting Queensland’s energy future at risk. Today Queenslanders pay more for green schemes than any other state,

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Our Plan to Bust Congestion – Fix the Trains

THE PROBLEM Annastacia Palaszczuk’s rail fail has resulted in 470 fewer services for commuters each week. Labor’s ongoing rail fail is one of the worst public transport failures in our national history. Closed shop driver recruiting and other secret cosy arrangements with the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) shows

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Our Plan for Better Health & Education – Independent Public Schools

THE PROBLEM Independent Public Schools (IPS) are destined for the scrapheap under Labor because they decentralise government and cut the teachers’ union out of key decision-making processes, which are driven locally. Since 2013, 250 Independent Public Schools have commenced across Queensland, but the program has stalled under Labor. In their

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Our Plan for Lower Taxes – Fight for Fairer GST

THE PROBLEM Labor failed to make an evidence-based argument that would protect and if possible increase Queensland’s share of the GST pie. This isn’t surprising given Labor’s economic track record. Let’s not forget Annastacia Palaszczuk didn’t even know what the GST rate was when she became Premier. The most recent

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Brisbane Metro

Our Plan to Bust Congestion – Brisbane Metro

THE PROBLEM Labor’s rail fail means more people are looking for alternative transport options such as buses or driving on already congested roads. Two-thirds of public transport users in Brisbane are bus users with more than 76 million passenger trips taken in 2015-2016. Since 2008, the Cultural Centre Busway station

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