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The NSW government has released footage of Sydneysiders nearly being hit by trams to warn people to stay alert around the new tracks.
Sydney’s new light rail has finally commenced daylight testing from Moore Park to Circular Quay.
But the government is urging people to stay alert by releasing a shocking video of near-misses during the testing phase.
Some cars are shown driving on the tracks, and several cyclists are showing riding out directly in front of the trams.
This article first appeared on www.2gb.com
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