The place where you live has something special and unique about its identity formed by the local culture, history, landscape and people. One way we can express and celebrate this identity is through public art.
Up to $1,000 worth of shopping vouchers are up for grabs this May as part of the METRONET Buy Local, Celebrate Kelmscott rewards program.
Work didn’t stop over the Easter long weekend, with the Caledonian Avenue Level Crossing closing on Good Friday.
Friends, families and neighbours will come together on Sunday 1 May to celebrate the opening of the new Kelmscott Station Plaza.
What’s in a name? What does it tell us about a person or place? In Noongar language, the name Yanchep refers to the ‘native flax or bulrush reed’ commonly found in wetlands throughout the area.
Young and emerging artists across WA can now tap into an exciting new interactive learning resource, helping them turn their creative talents towards public art opportunities on METRONET projects.
The first half of the new Bayswater Station will open to passengers after a Midland Line closure from Friday 23 September – Sunday 16 October.
Environmental Undergraduate Yukio Chaplin is right on track to achieve his career goals after working on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project through the CareerTrackers Aboriginal internship program.
Small in size but big on impact. That’s the perfect way to describe the fauna underpasses that will soon play an important role in protecting native animals moving between the bushland areas around the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
The METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line has reached a major milestone with the Broun Avenue Bridge, over Tonkin Highway, demolished and new Morley Station designs released.
It’s no secret construction can be noisy at times, but you can be rest assured we’re committed to keeping the volume under control while constructing the new rail.
Aboriginal engagement plays a key role in the Lakelands Station Project, with a focus on building relationships that leave a legacy for years to come.
With around $6 million worth of onsite services awarded to Aboriginal businesses since 2020, and over 48 jobs created for Aboriginal employees, the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension project is exceeding targets.
The first of 246 new C-series railcars has rolled off the assembly line and is now undergoing initial testing at the newly completed High Voltage Testing and Commissioning Facility.
The Railway (METRONET) Amendment Bill 2022 has passed the Legislative Assembly, and is well on it’s way to elevating Perth’s connectivity.
Noongar man, Daniel Dzubiel is right on track to achieve his career goals after joining the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project as an Environmental Undergraduate through the CareerTrackers internship program.