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.
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.
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.
Nominations are now closed for our METRONET Access and Inclusion Reference Group.
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.
The 2018-19 METRONET budget is the largest ever investment in WA rail infrastructure and with $3.6 billion allocated towards new METRONET projects.
The State Budget includes $184 million in provisions for the METRONETSocial and Affordable Housing and Jobs Package – a major investment in housing, linked directly with METRONET.
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..
Today national advisory body, Infrastructure Australia, released its 2018 Infrastructure Priority List, identifying a $55 billion pipeline of nation-shaping investments across the country.
Over the next two years, WA’s two land development agencies will merge progressively to help METRONET plan for integrated communities.
A new planning reform team will create a more understandable, open and streamlined planning system.
A multi-agency team will drive the METRONET vision to transform Perth's transport network and create livable communities and connected station precincts.