Electric trains are coming to Byford with the preferred station location now confirmed.
Hofmann Engineering is bringing its bogie frame manufacturing experience to its Perth operations, to help build 246 new METRONET C-Series trains.
When the call went out for local businesses to help build METRONET projects, Landsdale business Pulse Locating responded and were awarded Utility Locating work through NEWest Alliance.
Residents and business owners in the areas of Bayswater, High Wycombe and Midland train stations are invited to comment on the draft METRONET East Redevelopment Scheme.
A traditional custodian, former police officer and co-founder of the Nyoongar Patrol started his business, Nyungar Birdiyia, in 2004, providing cultural advice and training in government, businesses and schools.
The Bellevue Railcar Manufacturing and Assembly Facility will also include a $40.1 million facility to build a new diesel railcar maintenance for the new Australind railcars.
People living and working around the future Lakelands Station are encouraged to apply to be part of the project’s Community Reference Group (CRG).
The first 1km of track for the Forrestfield-Airport Link project has been laid between Redcliffe and Airport Central stations.
With the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project works due to start shorlty, the METRONET team has planned an information session for local businesses to explain in detail project progress and timelines, and notably what it might mean for your business.
The new METRONET C-Series trains will have a distinctly local flavour with Bassendean company Hofmann Engineering being appointed by Alstom to manufacture the bogie frames for the trains.
As part of the planning and early works for the Lakelands Station project geotechnical site investigations are currently taking place at the future station site.
The future Morley Station, part of the Morley-Ellenbrook Line, will give people living in Morley, Embleton and the northern section of Bayswater more transport options and provide new opportunities for living and working within walking distance of the station.
Based on initial stakeholder feedback on these options, a third option is now being considered for removing the Wharf Street crossing
In May we asked City of Kalamunda residents and businesses to help choose the name of their new station and now the votes are in!
Calling local WA companies interested in seeing their parts in the future C-Series railcars.
The first concept images for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line have been released, following WA Cabinet endorsement of the Project Definition Plan.