Jumping onboard WA’s only genuine heritage electric tram to enjoy a scenic ride through Whiteman Park is about to get even easier with the Whiteman Park Tram Extension Project.
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It was up, up and away at Carlisle Station with the first L-beams for the new elevated rail being installed. The L-beams form part of the 4.3km-long concrete viaduct structure being built as part of the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
In December last year, we asked for help to design new skate zones for the youth plazas at Oats Street and Cannington stations on the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
The METRONET Byford Rail Extension is honouring and preserving the rich cultural heritage of the Whadjuk and Gnaala Karla Booja people, as works continue to preserve and identify heritage items of significance on the project.
Looking for a bit of unique and creative fun on the school holidays? Come add a bit of colour to the Noranda Station Pedestrian Underpass being delivered as part of the METRONET Morley Ellenbrook Line.
The first test train on the new METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project line. The extension will support more than 150,000 future Yanchep-Two Rocks residents and allow tourists another transport option to travel to our northern suburbs.
Throughout 2023 the New Midland Station Project team has worked with local community groups to give back by supporting various causes.
You may have noticed the huge 130 tonnes drill rigs in the rail corridor close to where Carlisle Station used to be…and you may be wondering what they’re for. They’re on site for piling works.
To stay safe while around the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension train network, we all need to use our brains around trains.
Over the past nine months, the project team has been seeking feedback from the community on Armadale and Byford stations and public space designs.
Byford resident Colleen Rankin – a loyal local ambassador committed to making a positive contribution to the Byford community.
In the early hours of Monday 20 November, the first boom gates were dismantled, marking a significant milestone in fulfilling the commitment to transform the Armadale Line.
Check out how METRONET Victoria Park- Canning Level Crossing Removal Project is creating a safer, more efficient rail network across Perth. Enhancing safety and reliability through seamless services relocation.
The annoucement of the winners and official names for the four impressive gantry cranes as part of the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
As part of the Armadale Line Transformation, from Monday 20 November 2023 onwards, train services will stop however live power will be on in the rail corridor.