Driverless Metro: trains and doors get stuck after Berejiklian unveils $7.3bn project

Trains stuck at Macquarie University and Macquarie Park, where doors failed to open on one train

About 42,000 commuters have used Sydney’s new driverless northwest Metro in its first three hours of operation after it was officially opened on Sunday morning.

But users took to Twitter to report large crowds at Chatswood station, trains stuck at Macquarie University and Macquarie Park stations, as well as service gaps at numerous stations.

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