Over the past few months our Morley-Ellenbrook Line team popped up at various locations in Perth’s north-eastern suburbs and spoke to more than 1500 community members about this exciting project.
TBM Grace arrives at Redcliffe Station, breaking through the one metre thick eastern station box wall to a cheering crowd of excited team members.
The contract to design a future railcar depot, incorporating assembly and commissioning facilities for the new C-series trains, has been awarded.
Representatives for the METRONET Access and Inclusion Reference Group (Group) have been selected, after 61 submissions were received.
As part of the existing Level Crossing Removal Project, the 2019-20 State Budget includes $415 million to remove level crossings at Mint Street, Oats Street, and Welshpool Road on the Armadale Line between Victoria Park and Bentley.
The Forrestfield-Airport Link has reached another milestone with tunnel segment production now complete.
The $146 million Bayswater Station Upgrade is one step closer with a Request for Proposal (RFP) for an alliance to design and construct the upgrade released to market.
Department of Communities has launched an innovative affordable apartment development only 500m away from Bayswater Station.
Another exciting milestone has been reached for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension with METROconnex and NEWest announced as the shortlisted consortia to build the two major METRONET projects.
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’.
Feature surveys and geotechnical investigation work is being carried out in the broad project area of the future Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
Transperth have awarded Volvo Bus Australia the tender to deliver 900 new buses over the next 10 years.
Midland was once Perth’s home for the railway industry, and with Midland TAFE is set to become a specialist METRONET Trade Training Centre in 2020 that long history returns.
The Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal community drop-in session took place on Tuesday February 20. More than 105 community members attended to learn about the project and revitalisation plans for Kelmscott.
More than 200 people from the construction industry made their way to the Hyatt Regency to hear from the Public Transport Authority on upcoming construction packages.