Timbers from trees recently cleared at the New Bayswater Station site have found a new home as open-air learning and play equipment at St Columba’s, a nearby primary school.
The Perth rail network is on its way to Byford with the start of early works at Thomas Road
A major new public artwork by Noongar artist Sharyn Egan has been unveiled, developed in collaboration with 150 local school children.
With the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project works well under way, the METRONET team would like to invite local Kelmscott businesses to attend a project progress and update session.
Local Aboriginal businesses have benefited from contracts on the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project, with early works for the project underway.
Have a listen to *early noise modelling to give you an idea of what you can expect from a typical elevated rail structure.
This year NAIDOC Week celebrates ‘Always Was, Always Will Be’, recognising the spiritual and cultural connection that First Nations people have to country.
The fit out of Airport Central Station continues to progress with the eaves of the main atrium now in place.
Works are officially under way on the Tonkin Gap project which will undertake enabling works for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
Catch a glimpse of Midland’s new station with updated artist impressions and animation just released.
The first stage of the METRONET Trade Training Centre at North Metropolitan TAFE’s Midland campus is complete.
Once the new Bellevue Railcar Manufacturing and Assembly Facility is complete, railcar manufacturing will be back in WA for the first time since the Midland Workshops closed in 1994.
In the most significant milestone for the project to date, MELconnx Consortium have signed the contract to build the Morley-Ellenbrook Line.
The latest artist impressions for the New Bayswater Station were released today with the progressed designs including two new escalators and refined design aesthetic.
An Infrastructure Ready Skill Set TAFE program launched today and will partner with industry to increase opportunities for jobseekers to be part of Western Australia's transport infrastructure boom.
Eight locals have now been chosen to form the Lakelands Station Community Reference Group (CRG), which will provide a local point of view for the project team as design and construction progresses.