Once the new Bellevue Railcar Manufacturing and Assembly Facility is complete, railcar manufacturing will be back in WA for the first time since the Midland Workshops closed in 1994.
In the most significant milestone for the project to date, MELconnx Consortium have signed the contract to build the Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
The latest artist impressions for the New Bayswater Station were released today with the progressed designs including two new escalators and refined design aesthetic.
An Infrastructure Ready Skill Set TAFE program launched today and will partner with industry to increase opportunities for jobseekers to be part of Western Australia's transport infrastructure boom.
Eight locals have now been chosen to form the Lakelands Station Community Reference Group (CRG), which will provide a local point of view for the project team as design and construction progresses.
Two METRONET projects on the Armadale Line have taken a major step forward with procurement underway for the Byford Rail Extension and Level Crossing Removals at Mint Street, Oats Street and Welshpool Road.
A new Midland Station is another step closer with the Request for Proposal now underway.
Fauna trapping and spotting ahead of major construction work starting on the Thornlie-Cockburn Link is being implemented with great success.
MELconnx Consortium Alliance has been announced as the preferred alliance to build the Morley-Ellenbrook Line
METRONET has teamed up with a Perth-based digital creator, Mitchell Yeats, to bring the future benefits of METRONET to life through a series of videos.
Works have officially commenced on the construction of the new $32 million multi-storey car park at Mandurah Station.
Contracts worth more than $7 million have been awarded to a diverse array of Aboriginal businesses across the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension projects by NEWest Alliance.
The easing of congestion, saving time and increased safety are what excites the community most when it comes to the removal of up to six level crossings on the Inner Armadale Line.
Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre has some valuable new eucalypt tree materials thanks to a collaboration with the centre and the Thornlie-Cockburn Link project.
Removing level crossings is serious business and in good news for the Inner Armadale Line Level Crossing Removals Project, the Business Case has been submitted to Infrastructure Australia.
Building For Tomorrow – an information campaign and supporting website – kicked off this week to give travellers information and updates on the major road, rail, cycling and marina projects in planning, underway or fast-tracked across WA.