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Sydney's new Metro train line is in the middle of its first morning peak-hour test after it opening to the public yesterday — and things have run smoothly so far.
At 9.00am today only slight delays in some Metro services have been reported, with a small number of trains slightly overshooting the platform.
However no major delays or queues have been reported.
There were teething problems during the network's opening day yesterday after a train overshot a platform at Macquarie Park station, causing delays for some of the more than 100,000 people who queued to ride the 36-kilometre Metro Northwest line.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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