Well, they knew what they were doing. Pity she didn't interfere with TfNSW when they swore with no real basis in truth that they
knew more about light rail than Melbourne did. If she had interfered it would have been done now at half the cost.
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From: "Matthew Geier" matthew@...>
Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2018 2:49 PM
Subject: Re: [TramsDownUnder] Gladys Berejiklian, John Barilaro and Andrew Constance med rel: Fast rail network to transform NSW
> On 4/12/18 2:43 pm, Hal Cain wrote:
>> And seeing the politicians agree on specifications but then refrain from interfering is beyond belief.
> I think one of the reasons Sydney Opal launched so well is that Gladys didn't mess with it when the government changed and she
> became transport minister - there were some political changes in the project management team, but largely they left the
> contractors alone to get on with the job.
> There really was scope for her and the new project managers she put in to start changing specifications and mess the project right
> up. I have to give her credit for staying out and letting them finish what they started.
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