Early design work for the stations and related infrastructure has been shaped by stakeholder and community feedback.
The snapshot below is a guide for the new stations, with the full project scope to be determined when the contract is awarded.
Carlisle Station will be rebuilt closer to the Mint-Archer Street precinct with a welcoming forecourt as part of the elevated rail solution to remove the Mint Street level crossing.
The new station will provide improved pedestrian connections and passenger facilities, including longer platforms.
Read more about the new Carlisle Station.
Oats Street Station will be relocated over Oats Street and rebuilt as an elevated station with entrances at both ends to better connect to the surrounding area.
This new station will have additional passenger facilities, including longer platforms, and improved bus connectivity. It may be moved slightly closer to Welshpool Road to provide an attractive alternative option to service the Welshpool area, with the closure of Welshpool Station.
Read more about the new Oats Street Station.
The new elevated Queens Park Station will be rebuilt closer to Hamilton Street with a welcoming forecourt as part of the elevated rail solution whilst removing the level crossing at Hamilton and Wharf streets.
Read more about the new Queens Park Station.
The new elevated Cannington Station and bus interchange will modernise facilities, increase capacity and create new public open spaces for the community.
Read more about the new Cannington Station.
The new elevated Beckenham Station will be built to one side of William Street minimising the ground level footprint and improving passenger experience through functional design and modern amenities, while also catering for future growth.