2019 was a huge year for METRONET with a number of major milestones had.
Come and see us at this year's Perth Royal Show. We'll be in the Robinson Pavilion at Stands 23 & 24.
More people are enjoying Perth’s award-winning public transport network with an additional 1.6 million trips taken in 2018-19.
The Infrastructure Australia Audit Report on Urban Transport Crowding and Congestion has been released, showing the positive impact METRONET will have on Perth.
This theme acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have always wanted an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia’s democracy.
Today Minister Saffioti announced due to current housing and property market conditions as well as securing additional Commonwealth funding, it will not be pursued at this time.
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.
It’s well-documented that Perth has a high dependency on cars. As new stations are planned one of the first questions asked is ‘how many parking bays are there’.
Transperth have awarded Volvo Bus Australia the tender to deliver 900 new buses over the next 10 years.
The highly anticipated first stage of Design WA was released today, which aims to ensure good design is at the heart of all development, from concept stage to project development.
Last Thursday, the METRONET team held a drop-in session for interested stakeholders, community members and businesses to find out more about the “Gnarla Biddi (Our Pathways)” Strategy.
Transperth’s new campaign is encouraging people to take a break from driving and test out the award-winning network when a car doesn’t always stack up.
Gnarla Biddi is Noongar for ‘Our Pathways’.