Not only is Forrestfield Station 50 per cent complete, it demonstrates the high quality of local and Australian made materials and craftsmanship.
More people are enjoying Perth’s award-winning public transport network with an additional 1.6 million trips taken in 2018-19.
The Bayswater Station Upgrade is progressing with two proponents shortlisted for the task of designing and building the Bayswater Station Upgrade.
Alstom Transport Australia is the preferred supplier for the 246 new C-series railcars.
The State Government has recently released Design WA – Stage 2: Precinct Design for public comment.
Construction has begun on upgrades to the Karel Avenue and Roe Highway interchange, including widening and lengthening the Karel Avenue bridge.
The Infrastructure Australia Audit Report on Urban Transport Crowding and Congestion has been released, showing the positive impact METRONET will have on Perth.
With the route and station locations for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line now confirmed , we want to hear from you!
Premier Mark McGowan and Transport Minister Rita Saffioti have announced the route for METRONET’s long-awaited Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
Perth businesses looking to be part of the METRONET Railcar Procurement can apply for a grant as part of the State Government’s Local Capability Fund when a successful bidder has been announced.
The Forrestfield-Airport Link has received the Concrete Institute of Australia (WA) Award for Excellence in the Technology and Innovation Category for 2019 for production of the concrete tunnel segments used on the project.
Since nominations opened in late May, over 250 community members applied to be part of one of four METRONET Project Community Reference Groups.
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.
As Perth continues to grow, so does demand for public transport, and the answer to making the most of our existing network lies with a part that is hidden from view but is essential to how the trains operate.
As procurement progresses to deliver 246 new C-series railcars for METRONET, the last of 78 B-series trains is about to start running on the Transperth network, 15 years after the first of its type was launched.