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.
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.
National advisory body Infrastructure Australia has recognised three key METRONET projects as having national significance in its 2019 Infrastructure Priority List.
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.
Construction and supply chain companies looking to be part of the METRONET Bayswater Station Upgrade and Denny Avenue Level Crossing removal projects are invited to attend an Industry Briefing presentation and networking opportunity.
Residents of Kelmscott and surrounding suburbs’ can hear about the progress of the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project at an upcoming drop-in session on February 20.
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.
We all have a story to tell. Childhood memories of the past. Stories of what we value now. Visions of what the future can hold.
Our Bayswater Drop in sessions which occured on December 11 and January 19 saw more than 280 community members joining us to learn more about the project and provide their feedback.
Gnarla Biddi is Noongar for ‘Our Pathways’.
METRONET’s Gnarla Biddi (Our Pathways) Strategy is taking its first steps to embed genuine engagement with the Aboriginal community.
2018 has proved to be a big year for the METRONET team with many significant project milestones.
The Forrestfield-Airport Link is continuing to move forward, with significant progress made on the project and rectification measures identified for a damaged 26 metre section of one tunnel.
Recognising the different environmental values along the 14.5 kilometre Joondalup Line extension from Butler Station to Yanchep, the environmental assessments for the project were divided into two parts.
An industry briefing on the METRONET Railcar Program was attended by more than 200 local business representatives.