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Kelmscott still a hive of construction activity

Kelmscott still a hive of construction activity

After the excitement of the first car using the underpass back in April, work has continued on multiple fronts.

METRONET helping people to Stay off the Tracks

METRONET helping people to Stay off the Tracks

This Rail Safety Week (August 9-15) rail operators around Australia and New Zealand are coming together to urge people to prioritise their safety around trains. 

A community voice

A community voice

Retired Kelmscott Senior High School teacher, Ian McAllister has watched the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project come to life with great interest since the start of works in September last year.

Denny Avenue smashing through waste recovery targets

Denny Avenue smashing through waste recovery targets

Downer, the contractor for Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project, has smashed through their proactive waste recovery targets and is driving best practice for waste management. 

Armadale Line disruption extended

Armadale Line disruption extended

The complexity of the works happening for the Denny Avenue Level Crossing removal in Kelmscott, coupled with potential forecast heavy rains over the weekend, means extra time is needed.

Work to continue in Kelmscott after Davis Road opens

Work to continue in Kelmscott after Davis Road opens

Closing the Denny Avenue level crossing is a major milestone, but it’s still a long road ahead for the project as roadworks and Kelmscott revitalisation works continue until late-2021.

Here today, gone forever tonight!

Here today, gone forever tonight!

At last, the most dangerous level crossing in WA is finally going. The first level crossing to be removed for METRONET will be replaced shortly afterwards by a new underpass at Davis Road.

Denny Avenue Level Crossing Closing Forever

Denny Avenue Level Crossing Closing Forever

From April 1, vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists will no longer be able to use the Denny Avenue level crossing.

More than just a level crossing

More than just a level crossing

While the project is called the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal Project, the team is delivering far more than just that.

Another big year comes to an end

Another big year comes to an end

In what was a challenging year on many fronts, it was full steam ahead on METRONET projects.

Plan ahead for upcoming major train disruptions

Plan ahead for upcoming major train disruptions

To build vital infrastructure for METRONET projects major disruptions on the Armadale and Fremantle Lines are planned for early 2021.

Christmas Information session for Kelmscott businesses

Christmas Information session for Kelmscott businesses

With the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project works well under way, the METRONET team would like to invite local Kelmscott businesses to attend a project progress and update session.

Denny Avenue kicking goals in Aboriginal Engagement

Denny Avenue kicking goals in Aboriginal Engagement

Local Aboriginal businesses have benefited from contracts on the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project, with early works for the project underway.

METRONET Building For Tomorrow

METRONET Building For Tomorrow

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.

Information session for Kelmscott businesses

Information session for Kelmscott businesses

With the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project works due to start shorlty, the METRONET team has planned an information session for local businesses to explain in detail project progress and timelines, and notably what it might mean for your business.

Downer signs on the dotted line

Downer signs on the dotted line

Waiting at a level crossing will soon be a thing of the past for Kelmscott residents as removing the notorious Denny Avenue level crossing moves another step closer.

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