Sydney train line makes tracks despite teething problems

One of Australia’s biggest ever public transport projects – a A$7.3 billion (S$7 billion), 36km driverless train line – has finally opened in Sydney, but much of the attention was on an embarrassing series of teething problems.

The long-awaited 13-station single-deck line opened last weekend and drew some 140,000 people on its first day, but encountered problems when a train ran past its stop, causing delays across the network.

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