Delivering METRONET for the community, in the places they live and work, makes it extremely important to capture Perth people’s understanding and feeling towards the project.
The realigned section of Dundas Road in Forrestfield is now open to public. The road now diverts around the site of the future Forrestfield Station making it safer for workers and motorists.
Today two METRONET milestones for the Railcar Program were announced.
During July and August, the project team was out in the community hosting drop-in sessions to answer your questions about the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension.
Nominations are now closed for our METRONET Access and Inclusion Reference Group.
Infrastructure Australia officially accepted the final documents for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension.
The project was awarded an ‘excellent’ rating for its commitment to delivering an innovative and sustainable transport solution for Western Australians.
More than 310 people from the construction industry headed to Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre to hear from the Public Transport Authority on upcoming METRONET rail projects.
You are invited to drop in to our Community Information Session to learn more about the project.
The Project Team is travelling far and wide to speak to you about the two projects moving into the next phase.
WA Cabinet have endorsed the project definition plans for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension.
An industry briefing, networking opportunity and capability register will help companies maximise on METRONET’s construction contractor opportunities.
Planning works on the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension are advancing with the release of a tender for geotechnical and groundwater investigations.
Byford Rail Extension planning is moving to the next phase with key consultants being sought out to inform planning.
The confirmed solution for the Denny Avenue Level Crossing removal will be a road underpass and elevated rail at Davis Road in Kelmscott.
Thank you again to the 972 people who took the time to go online and complete our survey on what you’d like to see considered in the Bayswater Station upgrade design.