Planning of the connecting services on the METRONET Forrestfield-Airport Link – to be called the Airport Line when it opens in the first half of 2022 – is well underway.
The future is looking much brighter for Sage Lockyer and Jonathon Slater after beginning civil construction traineeships and starting work with METRONET’s Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
Close your eyes. Now, think about stepping into peaceful grass parklands surrounded by lush trees as you arrive at one of Perth’s most popular tourism destination.
A partnership between the Claremont Station Project and Scotch College has given students a first-hand glimpse into the art world.
An exciting new partnership on the METRONET Lakelands Station project is improving the project’s ability to engage with Aboriginal businesses and employees.
We’re pleased to announce the members of two new Community Reference Groups for the construction phase of Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
Calling all signalling and system experts to submit Expressions of Interest to help deliver METRONET’s High Capacity Signalling.
Work on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link is ramping up with preparations underway for the Mandurah Line shutdown.
At the height of COVID-19 when planes stopped flying and cruise ships stopped sailing, 52 year old David Zaharopoulos found himself unemployed after 15 years in the travel industry.
The new Bayswater Station project is the celebrating the first above ground works.
You could be as lucky as (if not luckier than) Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Violet Beauregarde, Mike Teavee, and Charlie Bucket by scooping a Golden SmartRider!
Robinson Road level crossing in Bellevue is set to close to make way for the Bellevue Railcar Depot.
Today’s State Budget delivered a $5.7 billion investment in 15 METRONET projects over the next four years, with $1.5 billion to be spent in 2021-22, creating and supporting thousands of local jobs.
Designed specifically for the New Bayswater Station, concrete pillars are well into production by local Western Australian company, Delta.
Why did the bandicoot cross the rail? Because it was safe.
They have long, needle-like leaves and striking black trunks. Can you guess which Australian plant it is?