The 88-metre high Dampier to Bunbury gas pipeline telecommunications mast was removed to allow the Ellenbrook town centre to expand and make way for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
A tender for engineering and planning for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line has now been awarded, while applications are now open to help develop a business case for the vital METRONET project.
Stage one of a new project to deliver 246 new railcars for the Perth network has begun with a pre-qualification tender to build the new trains to be released in coming days.
Delivering METRONET for the community, in the places they live and work, makes it extremely important to capture Perth people’s understanding and feeling towards the project..
Ellenbrook continues to build its reputation for innovative affordable housing options, with the official opening of two micro lot display homes today.
Bayswater Station will become a major transport hub with the Forrestfield-Airport Link and the proposed Morley-Ellenbrook rail line connecting to the Transperth network at that point. The station will undergo a major upgrade.
Today national advisory body, Infrastructure Australia, released its 2018 Infrastructure Priority List, identifying a $55 billion pipeline of nation-shaping investments across the country.
Last night Transport and Planning Minister, the Hon Rita Saffioti MLA, met with 170 community members to talk through the results of the recent Morley-Ellenbrook Line community survey.
Ellenbrook residents can hear about the Morley-Ellenbrook Line from Transport and Planning Minister Rita Saffioti at a community information session.
METRONET is engaging with key members of WA’s housing related, urban development and property groups to provide advice on high-level planning issues in a newly formed Private Sector Reference group.
Call for consultants to help develop a concept design that could become the new Public Transport Authority’s future rail operations control centre.
METRONET has launched a survey today that gives local residents the opportunity to voice their thoughts on how the community should look in the future.
The construction industry is invited to complete an online survey to help shape the procurement plan for METRONET’s rail infrastructure delivery.
Locals have voted overwhelmingly in favour of renaming the first Forrestfield-Airport Link station, Redcliffe.
Over the next two years, WA’s two land development agencies will merge progressively to help METRONET plan for integrated communities.
A new planning reform team will create a more understandable, open and streamlined planning system.