As the METRONET Lakelands Station Project continues taking shape, the local community is asked to have its say on changes to the bus network servicing the area.
18 new staff – including additional railcar drivers, transit officers, customer service officers, and communication systems personnel – will support operations at the new METRONET Lakelands Station.
METRONET Lakelands Station Project is taking shape with the installation of fluted wall panels.
Artwork integrated into the new METRONET Lakelands Station Project will reflect local Noongar symbols and cultural themes in a contemporary, abstract design.
To mark National Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day at METRONET, we engaged in learning opportunities and activities to reflect on the significance of our shared histories, cultures, and achievements.
Aboriginal engagement plays a key role in the Lakelands Station Project, with a focus on building relationships that leave a legacy for years to come.
Excitement is building within the Lakelands community with the future METRONET Lakelands Station nearing another significant milestone.
The Mandurah Line has re-opened following a successful 20-day shutdown to enable major works on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
With the WA Planning Commission recently approving the Development Application, the path ahead for major works starting next month on the Lakelands Station is clear.
Perth may have just experienced its wettest October in 50 years, but that hasn’t slowed down these METRONET projects!
An exciting new partnership on the METRONET Lakelands Station project is improving the project’s ability to engage with Aboriginal businesses and employees.
Tree hollows, logs and foliage from the site of the future Lakelands Station will be put to good use at their new home, Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre.
A ground-breaking milestone was celebrated at METRONET’s Lakelands Station project site, with early works now in progress on the Mandurah Line’s newest station.
We’re really excited that the first design of the new Lakelands Station has dropped, providing the initial look and feel of the station.
Two artificial black cockatoo tree hollows were recently installed by METRONET in a nature reserve near the Lakelands Station project site.
The future station will be built seven kilometres north of Mandurah Station, with car park access off Ashwood Parkway and bus access from Lake Valley Drive.