After thorough evaluation, the preferred Alliance to design and construct the new Bayswater Station has been chosen.
As part of the Morley-Ellenbrook Line, Morley Station will provide more transport options and new opportunities for living and working within walking distance of the station.
A new station with modern facilities that integrates with the local area and references the area’s rich history is what the community has asked for at Midland.
New housing options near the Morley-Ellenbrook Line are now available with the release of the first lots at Brabham estate.
The creation of vibrant community centres in Bayswater and Forrestfield are a step closer with the establishment of redevelopment area boundaries.
METRONET’s Aboriginal Engagement Strategy, Gnarla Biddi, has celebrated its first year with the release of its Annual Report.
Construction of the Bellevue railcar facility, where the first locally made railcars in almost three decades will be assembled and maintained, is now underway.
Catching the train to work isn’t new, but catching the train to the airport will soon be a new reality for Perth locals and tourists alike.
National advisory body Infrastructure Australia has again recognised key METRONET projects as having national significance in its 2020 Infrastructure Priority List.
The Railway (METRONET) Amendment Bill 2019 passing through both houses of State Parliament is just the ticket we need for the train to Ellenbrook.
The Kelmscott community are invited to drop-in to one of two information sessions about upcoming road changes in the Kelmscott town centre, as part of the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project.
Breaking through the Bayswater dive structure today was TBM Grace, marking the end of her eight kilometre tunnelling journey and claiming the record for the longest rail tunnel ever attempted in WA history.
Downer are the preferred proponent to construct the road and civil infrastructure components of the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project.
The new Bayswater Station precinct will become an important feature of Perth as the first above ground sight for visitors travelling along the train line from the airport.
In November 2019, the Morley-Ellenbrook Line team worked with Noranda locals to help us decide the car park location for Noranda Station .
Reducing environmental and heritage impacts are a key priority for METRONET projects.