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Higher Toll Charges Help Lift Transurban Revenue

The Australian Business Review reports that Transurban, “… reported a 10.8 per cent jump in underlying revenue through the first quarter, with higher charges and improved traffic combining to lift sales. The September quarter update revealed traffic growth of 4.9 per cent across its broad network, which includes major roads in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.” The post Higher Toll Charges Help Lift Transurban Revenue appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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