Eight West Australian businesses have been awarded funding under the METRONET Railcar Procurement round of the Local Capability Fund.
2019 was a huge year for METRONET with a number of major milestones had.
Over 350 representatives from across WA’s construction industry attended a Morley-Ellenbrook Line Construction Industry Briefing at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Local construction and supply chain companies looking to help deliver the Morley-Ellenbrook Line project are invited to attend an Industry Briefing and networking opportunity.
The METRONET Public Art Strategy, will ensure the program’s legacy of transformative transport infrastructure is not the only thing left behind across Perth.
We all have a role to play in meeting the needs of today without compromising the future.
Construction and construction supply industries are invited to complete an online survey to help inform upcoming procurement activities for METRONET’s rail infrastructure delivery.
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.
More people are enjoying Perth’s award-winning public transport network with an additional 1.6 million trips taken in 2018-19.
The State Government has recently released Design WA – Stage 2: Precinct Design for public comment.
The Infrastructure Australia Audit Report on Urban Transport Crowding and Congestion has been released, showing the positive impact METRONET will have on Perth.
Perth businesses looking to be part of the METRONET Railcar Procurement can apply for a grant as part of the State Government’s Local Capability Fund when a successful bidder has been announced.
This theme acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have always wanted an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia’s democracy.
Today Minister Saffioti announced due to current housing and property market conditions as well as securing additional Commonwealth funding, it will not be pursued at this time.
A national survey of over 3,300 apartment owners and occupiers has found that more than half bought their apartment because it was close to public transport.