Tuesday, 20 March 2018 08:32

Sydney's new Fleet of Driverless Trains Unveiled

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The froggy company Alstom are building the new trains for Sydney's Metro. They are based on its Metropolis design and will be 132 metre long and weigh about 240 tonnes a pop, AND there will be no drivers.

Read about it in a few articles picked this morning:

Article in ITNews

Article in ABC

Article in Daily Telegraph


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