Driverless trains plan as Berejiklian does a U-turn

Remote-operated trains will be introduced across parts of Sydney, prompting questions over whether passengers will feel safe without a driver at the controls.
It contradicts a previous government statement that the trains would have drivers, and is likely to fuel tensions with unions over potential job impacts.  Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian said the rail line would be a “fully-automated rapid transit system” – the first of its kind in Australia.