In what was a challenging year on many fronts, it was full steam ahead on METRONET projects.
The fit out of Airport Central Station continues to progress with the eaves of the main atrium now in place.
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.
Residents and business owners in the areas of Bayswater, High Wycombe and Midland train stations are invited to comment on the draft METRONET East Redevelopment Scheme.
The first 1km of track for the Forrestfield-Airport Link project has been laid between Redcliffe and Airport Central stations.
In May we asked City of Kalamunda residents and businesses to help choose the name of their new station and now the votes are in!
What’s in a name? Quite a lot, and now community members in Perth’s Eastern foothills have the opportunity to help chose the name for their new station.
TBM Sandy has seen the light at the end of the tunnel as she broke through at Bayswater Junction yesterday.
The creation of vibrant community centres in Bayswater and Forrestfield are a step closer with the establishment of redevelopment area boundaries.
Catching the train to work isn’t new, but catching the train to the airport will soon be a new reality for Perth locals and tourists alike.
Breaking through the Bayswater dive structure today was TBM Grace, marking the end of her eight kilometre tunnelling journey and claiming the record for the longest rail tunnel ever attempted in WA history.
2019 was a huge year for METRONET with a number of major milestones had.
METRONET made its debut at the 2019 Perth Royal Show giving show goers a glimpse inside the Forrestfield-Airport Link tunnels and information on all other projects.
Come and see us at this year's Perth Royal Show. We'll be in the Robinson Pavilion at Stands 23 & 24.
Not only is Forrestfield Station 50 per cent complete, it demonstrates the high quality of local and Australian made materials and craftsmanship.
The Forrestfield-Airport Link has received the Concrete Institute of Australia (WA) Award for Excellence in the Technology and Innovation Category for 2019 for production of the concrete tunnel segments used on the project.