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Despite its successful engine test Thursday, the program has suffered years of setbacks, delays and significant cost overruns.
Construction started in 2017 but mostly stopped in September 2020, after the contractor quit over what it said were 2 ½ years of delays and hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of cost overruns.
In response, Metro Chief Operating Officer Joe Leader said software has been updated in 7000-series trains to help prevent overruns while Metro also installs a similar system in 6000-series trains.
A Macquarie spokesman declined to comment on the bankruptcies or any cost overruns or delays on the Kentucky project.
The cost overruns resulted from a lawsuit, slower-than-expected right of way acquisition and delays in obtaining design and permit approvals.
Before the country was overrun by the white man, they probably inhabited the region bordering on the Mississippi.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
Better let France overrun Hanover, for, as we shall possess her colonies, we can force her to surrender it again.
They have been sheltering refugees from every nation that has been devastated and overrun by the mad Huns.
PRIVATE PEATHAROLD R. PEAT
The consequence was that the whole city was overrun with pamphlets.
This place is completely overrun by soldiers passing and repassing.
A CONFEDERATE GIRL'S DIARYSARAH MARGAN DAWSON

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