The design for the first METRONET level crossing removal project, at the Denny Avenue level crossing in Kelmscott, has now been revealed.
An underpass and elevated rail line at the parallel Davis Road is the preferred solution to remove the level crossing on Denny Avenue - a 170-metre road that has METRONETRoads & Transport Read More
The frequency of train services on the Fremantle and Midland lines will be boosted by 2021 as part of its METRONET expansion.
Passengers at stations between Claremont and Bayswater will have a train every five minutes during peak periods, once track and station upgrades are completed in coming years.
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A deal has been struck between the Turnbull and McGowan Governments to build major infrastructure projects that will create thousands of jobs, stimulate economic growth and reduce congestion.
Federal funding of $3.2 billion in the 2018-19 Commonwealth Budget, will facilitate the construction of $5.4 billion in infrastructure development for Western Australia, METRONETRoads & Transport Read More
The Dampier to Bunbury gas pipeline telecommunications mast from Ellenbrook town centre has been moved to make way for a future METRONET station precinct.
The 88-metre mast had been considered a major obstacle to the commercial and residential expansion of the existing townsite.
Its removal paves the way for new development to METRONET Read More
A tender calling for proponents to build new METRONET railcars for Perth will be released this week.
The pre-qualification tender for the $1.6 billion project will include a local content target of 50 per cent for the manufacturing of the 246 new railcars over the next decade.
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A tender for engineering and planning for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line has now been awarded, while applications are now open to help develop a business case for the vital METRONET project.
Perth-based consultancy group ARUP has been chosen to work with the METRONET team to investigate and plan the early stages of METRONETRoads & Transport Read More
Perth's north-eastern suburb of Ellenbrook continues to build its reputation for innovative affordable housing options, with Housing Minister Peter Tinley formally opening two micro lot display homes today.
The Minister visited Fruin Loop in the award-winning suburb to launch the new homes - the first dwellings in a creative trial of METRONETProperty & Real Estate Read More
The State Government has released revised plans that assist to guide development across the Perth and Peel region.
The Perth and [email protected] frameworks aim to accommodate 3.5 million people by 2050 by creating vibrant communities within a compact and connected city; making best use of existing and proposed infrastructure; and protecting METRONETProperty & Real EstateRoads & Transport Read More
About 170 residents packed into the Ellenbrook Secondary College theatre for the first community information session for the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
The information session, led by Transport Minister Rita Saffioti and Swan Hills MLA Jessica Shaw, followed an earlier community survey on the project.
Almost 2,000 residents provided feedback about the Morley-Ellenbrook METRONETRoads & Transport Read More
METRONET is kicking in to high gear with key people from housing-related, urban development and property groups being formed to provide high-level advice on upcoming projects.
Stakeholders from organisations with an interest in land value capture, development around station precincts, density and innovative land-use outcomes will contribute to the group.
Eight representatives METRONETRoads & Transport Read More