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Driverless Metro: Gladys Berejiklian opens $7.3bn project but peak-hour test remains25 May 11:17pm

Driverless Metro: Gladys Berejiklian opens $7.3bn project but peak-hour test remains

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More than 20,000 people have worked on northwest project and work is underway to extend line from Chatswood to Bankstown Sydney’s new driverless northwest Metro has been officially opened and will soon face its first peak-hour test. The first commuters boarded trains at Tallawong station in Rouse Hill following the offical opening by the premier, Gladys Berejiklian, and the transport minister, Andrew Constance, on Sunday morning.
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