A driverless metro train has travelled under Sydney Harbour for the first time in what has been described as a “significant moment” for the city.
- Six new train stations have been built across the city’s CBD
- The budget for the Sydney Metro project has blown out by billions
- Passengers can embark on their own journey under the Harbour in 2024
Engineers put the new track work to the test early on Friday morning in the first of many test runs for the line.
The twin tunnels run under the water from Blues Point to Barangaroo, forming a part of the bigger Sydney Metro expansion.