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Light rail testing is poised to begin on the southern stretch of the Gungahlin to Civic track in coming weeks, with the arrival of one of vehicles onto Northbourne Avenue.
A spokeswoman for Transport Minister Meegan Fitzharris said the light rail vehicle was towed from the depot to a stabling location between Cape Street and Antill Street on Northbourne Avenue between 10pm and midnight on Wednesday night.
However the vehicle will remain parked until dynamic testing begins later this month.
Canberra Metro protection officer, Graham Doneley preparing for the upcoming light rail testing.CREDIT:ELESA KURTZ
The vehicle will be fenced off for safety reasons, with security on site overnight.
This article first appeared on www.canberratimes.com.au
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