Building the Yanchep Rail Extension and Thornlie-Cockburn Link is one step closer after legislation was passed by both houses of State Parliament last week.
Commonwealth funding for the next two METRONET Projects has been secured after completing the thorough Infrastructure Australia process.
Property condition surveys of properties near work sites are one of the first steps undertaken before construction begins. They help to determine the condition of a property before any work starts.
Both the Yanchep Rail Extension and Thornlie-Cockburn Link were projects planned long ago. METRONET is now making them a reality.
The rezoning of more than 260 hectares of land between Ellenbrook and Brabham has been approved which will facilitate future housing along the proposed METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
Though Railfest tends to look back at the past, this year’s event also took a peek at the future with the METRONET stand a hit with attendees.
The Morley-Ellenbrook Line has moved one step closer to securing federal funding with formal documentation provided to Infrastructure Australia.
With Perth’s love affair of cars, it is natural to think that our city has been built around them. Our history tells a different story and shows that METRONET is building on a proud past of communities based around rail transport.
A 1200-bay multi-deck car park at the future Forrestfield Station will balance the need for passenger parking with the opportunity to create connected communities within walking distance of the station.
Construction companies can now tender for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Extension projects with the release of a Request for Proposal today.
The Western Australian Planning Commission has given the green light for WA’s newest city centre located on the future Yanchep Rail Extension.
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.