As well as instilling a sense of local pride, public art’s celebration or commemoration of what is unique or special about a place can be a huge driver for domestic and international tourism.
This theme acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have always wanted an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia’s democracy.
The Public Transport Authority as part of METRONET is establishing four Community Reference Groups (CRG’s) for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link, Yanchep Rail Extension and Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal projects.
A national survey of over 3,300 apartment owners and occupiers has found that more than half bought their apartment because it was close to public transport.
Representatives for the METRONET Access and Inclusion Reference Group (Group) have been selected, after 61 submissions were received.
METRONET, in partnership with the Public Transport Authority (PTA) and Department of Transport, hosted a group of Year 12 Perth Modern School geography students for a ‘Planning Sustainable Cities’ workshop.
Though Railfest tends to look back at the past, this year’s event also took a peek at the future with the METRONET stand a hit with attendees.
With Perth’s love affair of cars, it is natural to think that our city has been built around them. Our history tells a different story and shows that METRONET is building on a proud past of communities based around rail transport.
Nominations are now closed for our METRONET Access and Inclusion Reference Group.