|In New South Wales, commuters are being asked to imagine a 'Euro-style Metro' as the future horizon for Sydney's troubled transport system. 'Euro' here signifies a system which is slick, clean, efficient.|
|While in Melbourne, The Age newspaper tried to publicise the transport woes with the image of the new train system in Delhi, India. It says: |
AS MELBOURNE tinkers with its largely pre-World War II public transport system and puts up with congested roads, commuters in the Indian capital, New Delhi, are revelling in a state-of-the-art Metro
So what's it going to be? Euro or Indian? While Euro might be more familiar, I think there's more to learn on the train to Delhi.