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Sydney will now be running the 'Made in India' trains as the state Metro has launched its first totally automated driverless rail service that will be served by 22 Alstom six-coach trains.As the reports suggest, the trains were assembled at its Sri City facility in Andhra Pradesh last year in December.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Australia’s first driverless <a href="">#metro</a> in <a href="">#Sydney</a> commences revenue service today. Congratulations to <a href="">@SydneyMetro</a> we are proud to be part of this milestone!<a href=""></a> <a href="">#MetroNorthWest</a> <a href=""></a></p>— Alstom (@Alstom) <a href="">May 26, 2019</a></blockquote><script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

Equipped with all modern features including LED lighting, emergency intercoms, CCTV cameras, real-time travel information, double-doors and more can be found in the fully-automated units.Australian television network SBS reported that the Metro North West Line is Stage 1 of Sydney Metro includes 36 km of track, 13 stations, and a depot.

Mainly designed in France and gathered at its center of excellence in Sri City India, trans have made with help came from Alstom’s operations in Australia, Brazil, China, and Belgium.

“Alstom is very proud to have partnered with the NRT consortium and Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) to deliver our world-leading metro solutions for Sydney’s North West Metro. Sydney has now joined other great cities of the world (incl. Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, and Singapore) that benefit every day from Alstom’s metro solutions. The fully automated driverless metro is a first for Australia and will provide a step-change for the commuters of Sydney” Australian television network SBS quoted Ling Fang, senior vice-president for Alstom in Asia-Pacific, as saying.
Therefore, it’d now be interesting for the Indian travelers existing there or the ones flying from India to travel via metro that owe its origin from their country. Also, the ‘Made in India’ tagline would be something thrilling for the Indians out there already, as they’d get a taste of travelling which they have been missing for long in India.

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