Works Morley-Ellenbrook Line

Works

Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666.


Railway Parade (until early-2024)

Works are underway to connect the Morley-Ellenbrook Line to the new Bayswater Station along the southern section of Railway Parade.

Railway Parade is closed in both directions from Bassendean Road to Clavering Road and the westbound lane of Railway Parade is also closed in sections.

Several roads are impacted for works in the area associated with other major projects so please follow traffic management.


Noranda Station (ongoing)

Works may lead to an increase in noise, dust and vibrations and people with swimming pools are encouraged to cover them where possible.

From late-January a new pedestrian underpass will be built to provide access to the station from Davis Court on the southern side of Benara Road.

More information on works can be found via Main Roads.


Drumpellier Drive closure (ongoing)

Drumpellier Drive between The Promenade and Park Street, Ellenbrook is temporarily closed.

Until late-2023, Drumpellier Drive at the Youle-Dean Road intersection, Brabham will be diverted to Isoodon Street with a temporary roundabout facilitating traffic.


Beechboro Road North closure (until late-2023)

Beechboro Road North between Hennessey Road and Marshall Road, Whiteman, are temporarily closed and traffic management is in place.


Gnangara Road (ongoing)

A temporary road has been built along Gnangara Road, Ellenbrook, while the new road alignment and road-over-rail structure is built. 

A new temporary cycle path has been built on the northern side of Gnangara Road.


Bennett Springs (ongoing)

Structural and piling works for the new Dulwich Street road bridge and Bennett Brook rail bridge on Cranleigh Street.

Midland Line Shutdown

The Midland Line Shutdown, originally scheduled to commence on 23 September, will now take place in early-2023 for critical works.

The shutdown is required to remove and replace about 1.8km of track and other rail systems.

For more information on the shutdown and to provide feedback, please visit Building For Tomorrow.

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