Millennium trains back on track, Parramatta link derailed

<p>Sydney’s Millennium trains have returned to city tracks following a lengthy lay-off for substantial repairs and tests, according to the <em>Sydney Morning Herald</em> .</p> <p>State transport minister Michael Costa said the new generation trains will return to service over the next three weeks, after being withdrawn in April for various software-related problems, the paper reported.</p> <p>Mr Costa also cast doubt on the on the future of the Parramatta-to-Chatswood rail link, a project his predecessor, Carl Scully, billed as the biggest rail project in the city in the last 80 years.</p> <p>The transport department in understood to be looking at alternatives for spending the money elsewhere in the city for "a better return", the <em>Herald </em> said. </p> <br />