Given the magnitude of freight costs for farmers, it is important that there is a robust modelling tool for agricultural freight that provides baseline data and that can be used to test a range of infrastructure investment scenarios. It is important that this tool is integrated into the broader Australian Transport Assessment and Planning guidelines.
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