An exciting future is instore for Bayswater, High Wycombe and Midland station precincts, following the recent adoption of the METRONET East Redevelopment Scheme.
We are very excited to have Claremont Station back in action from Tuesday 1 June, following vital works to the 135-year-old heritage-listed station.
Did you know that Mirrabooka is the Aboriginal word for the Southern Cross constellation? There are many places across Western Australia whose names have Noongar origins – but what about the names of the place where METRONET’s stations will be built?
METRONET is providing $236,000 to the City of Bayswater to build more than 20 temporary parking bays in the heart of the town centre to support local businesses during construction.
Have you seen the new METRONET posters spicing up Transperth trains?
The Yanchep Rail Extension was given the green light to recycle up to 200,000 tonnes of limestone – enough to fill nearly 45 Olympic-sized swimming pools!
If you could fly over the Yanchep Rail Extension you would see the station and bridges begin to take shape at both ends of the project.
From 7pm, Friday 11 June, Whatley Crescent will permanently close between Hamilton and King William streets to allow works to continue on the new Bayswater Station.
We’re really excited that the first design of the new Lakelands Station has dropped, providing the initial look and feel of the station.
Over the weekend the largest pre-cast concrete tee-roff bridge beams ever built in Australia were installed for the new Ranford Road Bridge.
85 per cent of track for the future Airport Line has been laid as the project heads closer to completion.
The Federal Government announced on 4 May an additional $347.5 million for the Inner Armadale Line Level Crossing Removal and Byford Rail Extension projects.
On the New Bayswater Station project, diversity goes all the way to the top, with women representing one third of the project management team.
To support the local business community while construction works take place, METRONET has launched the Baysie Spend to Win promotion.
Eight weeks, 24/7 works and more than 125,000 working hours.
As work on the 135-year-old heritage listed Claremont Station began on February 5, previously-hidden elements were gradually unearthed, which has now turned the work into a one-of-a-kind series of heritage restoration works.