Works Yanchep Rail Extension

Alkimos and Butler

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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 845 471. 


Lane closures (ongoing)

Until November, Chesham Rise and Charlbury Drive northbound lanes will be closed to build retaining and noise walls. Traffic will be one-way southbound, with left-turns only permitted onto the thoroughfare.


Earth works (ongoing) 

Until 5 February, Water Corporation are installing sewer services on Sundays from 7am–3pm at Santorini Promenade Bridge between Chico Link and Missingham Avenue.

Until February, preparation for retaining walls to be built within the rail corridor between Bluewater Drive and Alkimos Drive bridge, south of Bainbridge Avenue.

Out-of-hours works from 6am until late-March to compact earth from Romeo Road to Bainbridge Avenue, and install services at Romeo Road Bridge.

Until June, clearing vegetation, installing drainage and basins, and building road connections south of Bainbridge Avenue and Bowline Avenue, Alkimos.

Until June, machinery will move and compact earth between Butler Station and Howden Parade.


Bridge works (ongoing)

Pouring concrete from 7pm-7am, Saturday 18 February – Sunday 19 February, for the Alkimos Drive Bridge deck. Regular concrete deliveries will access site via Bluewater Drive and Maroon Avenue.

Building the Romeo Road and Howden Parade road-over-rail bridges in the rail corridor between Darbyshire Parade and Alkimos Station site. Subject to weather conditions, there will be out-of-hours concrete pours to build the bridge foundations.

Until March, night works from Monday to Sunday to build Romeo Road Bridge.

Until February, utility services will be installed around Santorini Promenade Bridge. Works include excavation, drainage installation, verge clearance, pavement construction, kerbing, asphalting, and barrier installation to realign the road.

Until February, trucks will access site via Bluewater Drive and Maroon Avenue to pour concrete and install steel reinforcement to build the Alkimos Drive bridge, south of Bainbridge Avenue.

Until mid-February, road realignment along Santorini Promenade will include asphalting and sealing new roads, in addition to the installation of new kerb and barriers.


Intermittent lane closures (until mid-2023)

Cranes and piling rigs are being delivered to the rail corridor to build retaining walls. Lane closures will be in place on Santorini Promenade, Chico Link and Charlbury Drive. 


Heavy vehicle crossings (until mid-2023)

Traffic management will be in place intermittently Monday to Friday, to enable passage of heavy vehicles from the access gates across Bainbridge Avenue between Maroon Avenue and Buchannan Avenue.


Retaining walls (ongoing)

Building retaining walls to support the eastern side of the rail corridor between Butler Station and Howden Parade.

Until February, installing piles and precast panels to build retaining and noise walls on the eastern side of the rail corridor from Santorini Promenade to Howden Parade. Trucks will transport excess earth from rail corridor via Darbyshire Parade.

Until late-2023, a site compound will be installed on Santorini Promenade, Alkimos and on Doncaster Grange, Butler to facilitate building retaining and noise walls.

Until late-2023, noise wall works along Duerden Street, Alkimos, including vegetation clearance, relocation of fencing, installation of piling pads, compaction, operation of piling rigs and widening of an access gate.

Eglinton

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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 845 471.


Earth works (until early-2023)

Out-of-hours works from 6am until late-March to transport and compact earth from Bainbridge Avenue, Alkimos to Pipidinny Road, Eglinton.

Machinery and vehicles will excavate, compact and transport material within the rail corridor, between Bluewater Drive and Pipidinny Road.

An access track at the end of Beonaddy Road will be used to deliver and transport equipment and earth.


Utility services (until February)

Low impact precision digging between Pipidinny Road and Radiant Glade to identify below ground utility services along the Marmion Avenue shared path.


Pipidinny Road (ongoing)

Pipidinny Road between Marmion Avenue and Beonaddy Road is temporarily closed long-term.

Works include building a road-over-rail bridge, widening the road, and installing a new sewer line.

Road users are advised to follow detour signage and will need to use Hester Avenue, Clarkson or Yanchep Beach Road, Yanchep to access Wanneroo Road. 

Yanchep

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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 845 471.


Lane closure (until May)

The northbound lane of Barakee Entrance and the western footpath between Burleigh Boulevard and Willandra Loop (north) will be closed to install and relocate a water main. Traffic will be one-way southbound, with left-turns only onto the thoroughfare.


Earth works 

Until late-2023, ballast and equipment will be delivered via Booderee Road to the Yanchep Beach Road stockpile.

Until April, loading, hauling and compacting earth Monday to Saturday from 6am, and Sundays from 7am–2pm.

Until May, trucks will access the rail corridor intermittently via Yanchep Beach Road compound from 4:30am and travel down to Ningana Bushland.

Until June, building piling pads north of Yanchep Beach Road. 

Until May, footpath closure and parking unavailable along Blackwood Meander to allow excavations and vegetation clearing for service installation. 


Yanchep Beach Road Bridge

Grouting works on Thursday 2 February from 7pm–7am to reinforce the bridge deck. 

Until early-2023, works include excavation, building the deck, piling and concrete pours. Machinery will be in operation and utility services location works are underway.

Until June, occasional early morning concrete pours at Yanchep Beach Road Bridge from 3am.


Retaining walls

Until June, piling is underway to build retaining walls north of Yanchep Beach Road. Heavy equipment including piling rigs will be delivered via Welwyn Avenue. 


Site access

Concrete trucks will intermittently operate from 4.30am and will access the Yanchep compound off Kakadu Road.

Until late-May, concrete trucks will intermittently access the Yanchep Station site from 2am via Splendid Avenue.

Until late-2023, Welwyn Avenue will be used to transport earth and deliver materials to site.


Booderee Road (ongoing)

Booderee Road is closed at the intersection of Yanchep Beach Road to enble building of the temporary Yanchep Beach Road diversion. 

Works include building the road-over-rail bridge, connecting the bridge to Yanchep Beach Road, removing the diversion, rebuilding the traffic island and path, and revegetation.

There is no access to Booderee Road from Yanchep Beach Road. Access will be maintained to properties on Avon Road via Kakadu Road.

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