Metro Northwest trains pass peak-hour test although there are still signs of teething issues

It’s 7.40am on Monday morning and Stiofan Sexton is about to do something he has never done before – and he doesn’t even know it.

Waiting on the platform at Sydney’s Chatswood station, he is one of the first thousand passengers on the new fully driverless Metro Northwest in its first weekday rush-hour test.

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