The long-awaited Mitchell Freeway Extension to Romeo Road north of Perth will open on 10 July.
Year 10 Urban Art students from Alkimos College were treated to the tips and tricks of the trade recently thanks to renowned WA mural artist, Ian Mutch.
An outstanding commitment to environmental management on the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project and Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project has seen contractor NEWest Alliance win an Environmental Achievement award.
It’s a big day for the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project, with the first 2.7 kilometres of the 14.5 kilometre extension now laid.
Today’s State Budget has delivered continued investment in the transformational METRONET Program.
An investment in strategic water and wastewater infrastructure has been announced ahead of next week's State Budget.
After extensive research, literature review and consultation, METRONET is pleased to announce the Noongar place names for Alkimos and Eglinton stations.
Teamwork makes the dream work – and that’s certainly been the case on Romeo Road Bridge.
There’s nothing like a hive of activity to bring a new station to life and Eglinton Station has been abuzz with activity to build the station concourse.
Mural artist Jack Bromell is creating public art for the new Yanchep Station along the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension.
With 15 years' experience under his belt, Senior Project Engineer Andrew Crew is using his skills to deliver three new stations for the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project.
With the majority of the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project being built in a cutting below natural ground level, keeping earth back from the rail corridor is no small feat but one that’s achieved with more than 6kms of retaining walls.
The first platform walls have been lifted into place at Alkimos as the station takes shape along the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project.
The project team on the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project have been busy building and checking the three green bridges that are set to provide safe crossings for fauna in Yanchep.
Switching the polo shirt for hi-vis and a hard hat, ex youth worker Joel Wilkins took a punt on a job as a Trainee Operator in rail infrastructure almost a year ago and hasn’t looked back.
Close to 60,000! That’s the number of recycled blocks used so far to build the retaining walls along the rail corridor of the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension.