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.


Butler Station to Romeo Road

Lane closures (ongoing)

The purpose of this closure is to enable the safe construction of limestone walls along the rail corridor and provide a safe working distance between excavations and live traffic. Property access will be maintained at all times however parking along the eastern verge will be unavailable.


Noise walls (ongoing)

Until mid-2024, works will continue along Werner Street and Duerden Street to construct a limestone noise wall. There will be intermittent road closures with traffic management in place and detours where required.
 
Work vehicles, trucks and machinery will be active in the area and follow approved traffic management plans. There may be an increase in noise and dust during the installation of walls.
Ongoing finishing works will continue on Chesham Rise with areas still expected to be painted.

Earth works and finishing works  (ongoing) 

Until early-2024, there will be works on the verges of Chesham Rise, Charlbury Drive, Amble Grove, Werner Street, Duerden Street, Jeresh Lane and Vike Lane to reinstate footpaths, install traffic barriers and place topsoil, mulch and landscaping where required. Intermittent lane closures will be required to complete works. Water carts and street sweepers will be used to manage dust.


Road Closure

From May 2024 to June 2024, intermittent road closures will take place along Charlbury Drive from Pickering Gardens to Broadford Avenue to enable the installation of a light pole into the rail corridor. The road will be closed and detours in place. Traffic management will be on site. 


Rail

Until early-2024, there will be continuous rail works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station.

Until early-2024, rail works will be conducted as part of commissioning and testing works. Works may include track, signalling, communications, installations of rail infrastructure and overhead line equipment. Both compaction and test trains will be operating. The majority of works will be conducted during standard working hours, however there will be intermittent out-of-hours works including night works. 

From 13-14 April, there will be continuous works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station. For information about service disruptions to the Joondalup Line please visit the Transperth website.


Romeo Road to Shorehaven Estate

Finishing Works

Until early-2024, there will be finishing works including the installation of safety barriers,  preparation of shared paths, reinstatement of footpaths, and placement of topsoil, mulch and landscaping where required. 

Intermittent lane closures will be required to complete works and water carts and street sweepers will be used to manage dust.


Noise walls (ongoing) 

Until late-March, there will be intermittent road closures and an increase in noise during works to install noise walls on both sides of the rail corridor at Maroon Avenue and Buchanan Avenue, between Bluewater Drive and Bainbridge Avenue.


Rail

Until early-2024 rail works will commence in the corridor from 6am.

Until early-2024, from 7pm – 3am there will be occasional rail works to install ballast, overhead line equipment, grind and compact rails, and test trains.

These works will continue during standard working hours.


Bainbridge Avenue and Buchanan Avenue Alkimos (until May 2024)

Road closures (ongoing)

 

Until late 2024, there will be an ongoing road closure from Bainbridge Avenue between Buchanan Avenue and Decatur Street, and Buchanan Avenue between Cushing Road and Bainbridge Avenue to enable site access to install noise walls, paint walls, install barriers, conduct landscaping and complete finishing works.

 

 

 

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Alkimos Vista

Noise walls (until early-2024)

Until August 2024, works will be underway to construct a limestone noise wall along Masterpiece Boulevard. There will be intermittent road closures along Masterpiece Boulevard with a potential long term closure from May 2024. 

Work vehicles, trucks and machinery will enter the area from Marmion Avenue on to Picasso Promenade to deliver and remove material to site. There may be an increase in noise, dust and vibration during the installation of walls.

Traffic management will be in place and detours where required. 

 

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.


Shorehaven Estate to Allara Estate

Until early-2024, there will be finishing works including the installation of safety barriers,  preparation of shared paths, reinstatement of footpaths, and placement of topsoil, mulch and landscaping where required. 
Intermittent lane closures will be required to complete works and water carts will be used to manage dust.

Pipidinny Road (ongoing)

Pipidinny Road is open with traffic management in place as works continue in the area.

Short-term lane closures are required to safely build Eglinton Station.

There will be ongoing and intermittent stop/slow traffic management in place along Pipidinny Road from Marmion Avenue until early 2024. Traffic management is required to facilitate finishing works to the Eglinton Station precinct including asphalting, kerbing, paving of the car park, and rail, bridge and station completion works.


Rail

Until early-2024, there will be continuous rail works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station.
 
Until early-2024, rail works will be conducted as part of commissioning and testing works. Works may include track, signalling, communications, installations of rail infrastructure and overhead line equipment. Both compaction and test trains will be operating. The majority of works will be conducted during standard working hours, however there will be intermittent out-of-hours works including night works.  
 
From 13-14 April, there will be continuous works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station. For information about service disruptions to the Joondalup Line please visit the Transperth website.

 

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. 


Jindowie Estate to Yanchep Beach Road

Finishing works

 Until early-2024, there will be finishing works including the installation of safety barriers,  preparation of shared paths, reinstatement of footpaths, and placement of topsoil, mulch and landscaping as required.

Intermittent lane closures will be required to complete works and water carts will be used to manage dust.


Noise walls (until early-2024)

There will be ongoing intermittent road closures to complete noise wall works, painting and finishing works on both sides of the rail corridor along Bulburin Parade, Barakee Entrance, Cocoparra Parkway and Abercrombie Avenue. Traffic management will be in place.

There may be an increase in dust and noise. Water carts and street sweepers will be used to minimise dust. 


Earth works (ongoing)

Until early-2024, there will be finishing works near Bulburin Parade, Barakee Entrance, Cocoparra Parkway, Abercrombie Avenue and Yanchep Beach Road to reinstate footpaths, install traffic barriers and place topsoil and mulch. Intermittent lane closures will be required to complete works. Water carts and street sweepers will be used to manage dust.  


Pre-cast yard (ongoing)

Until early-2024, the concrete pre-cast yard established on the corner of Blackwood Meander and Bulburin Parade will be removed and demobilised. Heavy equipment and vehicles will be used to break the concrete pad and remove all material from site.

There may be an increase in dust and noise. Water carts and street sweepers will be deployed to minimise dust. 


Rail

Until early-2024, there will be continuous rail works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station.

Until early-2024, rail works will be conducted as part of commissioning and testing works. Works may include track, signalling, communications, installations of rail infrastructure and overhead line equipment. Both compaction and test trains will be operating. The majority of works will be conducted during standard working hours, however there will be intermittent out-of-hours works including night works. 

From 13-14 April, there will be continuous works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station. For information about service disruptions to the Joondalup Line please visit the Transperth website.


Yanchep Beach Road to Toreopango Avenue

Wall construction (ongoing)

Until early 2024, there will be works between Intempo Place and Capilano Avenue Yanchep for wall construction, which will include earth works, piling and concrete pours. 
 
Additional works will include the installation of PTA required security fencing as part of finishing works across the project. 
 
Concrete pours may take place out of hours due to weather conditions. 
 
Construction vehicles will access the area via Spinnaker Boulevard and Castlemead Drive. 

Earth works (ongoing)

Until early-2024, there will be works on the verges of Capilano Avenue to place topsoil and mulch.

Intermittent lane closures will be required to complete works and water carts will be used to manage dust.


Yanchep Beach Road (ongoing)

Yanchep Beach Road has been realigned with lanes open to traffic in both directions, with a speed reduction of 40km/hr in place.
 
Future short-term closures, lane closures and intermittent out-of-hours works may be required to safely build the surrounding rail infrastructure and complete finishing works, with traffic management in place.
 
Until early 2024, installation of rail infrastructure northwest of the Yanchep Beach Road bridge will continue. Works include the installation of a monopole and access gate. There will be an increase in work vehicles, plant and machinery in the area. There may be an increase in dust and noise from the rail corridor. Water carts and street sweepers will be deployed to minimise dust. All work vehicles will follow an approved traffic management plan.

Booderee Road (ongoing)

The intersection of Booderee Road and Yanchep Beach Road will be closed until late-May 2024.  

The purpose of the road closure is to enable asphalt, verge works, pavement marking, and various finishing works.


Rail

Until early-2024, there will be continuous rail works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station.
 
Until early-2024, rail works will be conducted as part of commissioning and testing works. Works may include track, signalling, communications, installations of rail infrastructure and overhead line equipment. Both compaction and test trains will be operating. The majority of works will be conducted during standard working hours, however there will be intermittent out-of-hours works including night works. 
 
From 13-14 April, there will be continuous works within the rail corridor from Butler Station to Yanchep. There will be interruptions to passenger services from Butler Station. For information about service disruptions to the Joondalup Line please visit the Transperth website

 

 

 

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