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"Busy going nowhere, now the monorail is just going" (unlike the Brent Cross Railway)

Climb aboard the 'Sydney Morning Herald'

"THE state government will spend up to $15 million extricating the monorail from Sydney's central business district, after announcing it had bought the company that owns it and Sydney's light-rail line.

The purchase marks the imminent end to what has been a divisive presence on the western edge of the city, since it was built almost 25 years ago. But it will also allow an expansion of Sydney's light rail network [below, alongside the monorail].

"Premier Mr O'Farrell said:
"The real problem with the monorail, I think for most Sydneysiders, is that it doesn't actually go anywhere that you want to go." [again, unlike the Brent Cross Railway!]

The Springfield Monorail (operator: Homer Simpson)

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