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What a Show!

What a Show!

METRONET made its debut at the 2019 Perth Royal Show giving show goers a glimpse inside the Forrestfield-Airport Link tunnels and information on all other projects.

The major feat happening beneath your feet!

The major feat happening beneath your feet!

Come and see us at this year's Perth Royal Show. We'll be in the Robinson Pavilion at Stands 23 & 24. 

Forrestfield Station making tracks

Forrestfield Station making tracks

Not only is Forrestfield Station 50 per cent complete, it demonstrates the high quality of local and Australian made materials and craftsmanship. 

Above and Beyond for Forrestfield-Airport Link!

Above and Beyond for Forrestfield-Airport Link!

The Forrestfield-Airport Link has received the Concrete Institute of Australia (WA) Award for Excellence in the Technology and Innovation Category for 2019 for production of the concrete tunnel segments used on the project.

METRONET East to maximise development opportunities

METRONET East to maximise development opportunities

The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority will begin the process to extend the Midland Redevelopment Area to include the immediate areas around the Bayswater and Forrestfield train stations. 

It’s a breakthrough!

It’s a breakthrough!

TBM Grace arrives at Redcliffe Station, breaking through the one metre thick eastern station box wall to a cheering crowd of excited team members.

More than 54,000 tunnel segments produced – it’s a wrap!

More than 54,000 tunnel segments produced – it’s a wrap!

The Forrestfield-Airport Link has reached another milestone with tunnel segment production now complete.

Forrestfield-Airport Link project continues to move forward

Forrestfield-Airport Link project continues to move forward

The Forrestfield-Airport Link is continuing to move forward, with significant progress made on the project and rectification measures identified for a damaged 26 metre section of one tunnel.

TBM Grace breaks through to another milestone!

TBM Grace breaks through to another milestone!

TBM Grace has officially reached the halfway point of her tunnelling journey from Forrestfield to Bayswater!

Skybridge to connect Perth airport to new Metronet Airport Central Station.

Skybridge to connect Perth airport to new Metronet Airport Central Station.

Plans were released for a new Skybridge to connect Perth Airport’s Terminal 1 & 2 with the new Airport Central Station being built along the Forrestfield-Airport Link. 

Forrestfield-Airport Link: New car park frees up space for future development

Forrestfield-Airport Link: New car park frees up space for future development

A 1200-bay multi-deck car park at the future Forrestfield Station will balance the need for passenger parking with the opportunity to create connected communities within walking distance of the station.

Forrestfield-Airport Link road realignment now open

Forrestfield-Airport Link road realignment now open

The realigned section of Dundas Road in Forrestfield is now open to public. The road now diverts around the site of the future Forrestfield Station making it safer for workers and motorists. 

Forrestfield awarded ‘Excellent’ sustainability rating for project

Forrestfield awarded ‘Excellent’ sustainability rating for project

The project was awarded an ‘excellent’ rating for its commitment to delivering an innovative and sustainable transport solution for Western Australians.

Tunnel Boring Machines breakthrough at Airport Central Station

Tunnel Boring Machines breakthrough at Airport Central Station

TBM Sandy joined TBM Grace at Airport Central Station box after she broke through on Sunday and is the first time the machines have reappeared since they began.

'Redcliffe' gets the vote

'Redcliffe' gets the vote

Locals have voted overwhelmingly in favour of renaming the first Forrestfield-Airport Link station, Redcliffe.

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