Anthony Albanese reveals his ‘vision’ for high-speed rail to Japanese PM Fumio Kishida

Will Albo finally turn Australia’s biggest pipe dream into reality? Anthony Albanese doubles down on his ‘obsessive’ vision for high-speed rail in deep chat with Japanese PM

  • Mr Albanese touted his high-speed rail ‘vision’ at the Quad meeting in Tokyo 
  • The leader said it had been an ‘obsessive’ dream of his to connect the east coast 
  •  The 350km/hr ride would cost $500 million from Labor’s first budget

Anthony Albanese has revealed his dream for high-speed rail in Australia, in a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Tuesday. 

The new prime minister spoke to Mr Kishida about his fast rail ‘vision’ at the annual Quad summit in Tokyo. 

Mr Albanese admitted he was ‘obsessive’ about high-speed rail after the two world leaders spoke about…

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