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Sydney is still waiting for an official launch date for the Metro northwest, which has been slated for opening 'sometime in May''.
A spokesperson from Sydney Metro told News Corp that the network is due to open in May, however the NSW Government is yet to set an official opening date.
"We’re currently putting the finishing touches on the new stations and testing and commissioning Sydney’s new metro trains," the spokesman said.
"The trains have completed more than 180,000km of testing — as a comparison, a trip around the world at the Equator is 40,000km.
"Customers will be given plenty of notice of the opening date, so people can start their trip planning."
This article first appeared on www.hit.com.au
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