Maya Train Mayhem: A $28 billion dream turns into a nightmare!

Mexico's Maya Train project opened partially to the public, facing delays and cost overruns.

Passengers waited up to 5 hours for the train in Cancun and Campeche.

The project's cost soared from $8.5 billion to $28 billion.

Only one-third of the route is finished, with double-track lacking.

First-class tickets are expensive compared to buses.

Army operates the train and built part of the railway.

President Lopez Obrador admits the project won't cover costs for years.

The train threatens caves with ancient human remains and cenotes.

Environmentalists oppose the project's impact on the jungle.

Lopez Obrador rushed the project, claiming national security concerns.