Days after it was discovered New South Wales (NSW)’s new trains were too big for the tunnels, turns out Queensland’s new trains are kind of illegal. Just a week after it was discovered that NSW’s $2 billion new train fleet will be too wide for the tunnels, the Queensland Government is facing the possibility of having to pull $4bn worth of new trains off the tracks because they are so badly designed, they’re basically illegal. When they were ordered, the then Government crowed about the ...
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