Lining up subject choices at high school that lead to real-life job opportunities can be challenging for some students, but not for some Year 10 maths students from Byford Secondary College.
Grab your Fitbits, Garmins and fitness trackers because getting those steps up are about to get a whole lot easier with a new footbridge to be built across Tonkin Highway at Ballajura.
Following drilling to relocate BP’s Kewdale White Oil Line, the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project team has shifted its attention to building a bridge for the pipeline over the Canning River (Djarlgarra) in Thornlie.
Solar glass energy, recycled bricks, sustainable lighting solutions and FOGO were just some of the sustainable products showcased at the second Sustainable Suppliers industry event as part of the METRONET Sustainability Strategy.
The team has been recognised for excellence in planning for the METRONET Whiteman Park Station Precinct Concept Master Plan at a recent state awards ceremony.
The new Thomas Road Bridge has opened to traffic for the first time as part of the METRONET Byford Rail Extension Project.
The new Bayswater Skate Park is now open!
A 16-hectare site within the METRONET Malaga Station Precinct will be proposed as the home of Western Australia’s first dedicated screen production facility.
The METRONET Noongar Reference Group provides cultural input and advice into the METRONET Program. Working with key stakeholders, the group delivers valuable input into place making engagement streams of the METRONET Gnarla Biddi Strategy.
The Mandurah Line will close between Aubin Grove and Elizabeth Quay stations from 26 December 2022 to 3 January 2023 for major works on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
The METRONET team took part in the Kambarang Festival, hosted by the City of Armadale’s Champion Centre, sharing project information and employment opportunities with the community.
Did you know our bodies are around 60% water and need about three litres a day to survive?
With the majority of the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project being built in a cutting below natural ground level, keeping earth back from the rail corridor is no small feat but one that’s achieved with more than 6kms of retaining walls.
METRONET Lakelands Station Project is taking shape with the installation of fluted wall panels.
The first platform walls have been lifted into place at Alkimos as the station takes shape along the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project.
Artwork integrated into the new METRONET Lakelands Station Project will reflect local Noongar symbols and cultural themes in a contemporary, abstract design.