A childhood obsession with how bridges and buildings are built, a love of designing ‘gadgets’ his grandfather would then make, and a flare for maths and science were the tell-tale signs Peter Fillis was destined for a career in civil engineering.
We’re building Perth’s first major elevated rail and creating great community space as part of the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
The Railway (METRONET) Amendment Bill 2022 has passed the Legislative Assembly, and is well on it’s way to elevating Perth’s connectivity.
The Railway (METRONET) Amendment Bill 2022 has been introduced to Parliament which allows works on METRONET projects along the Armadale Line, including the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal and Byford Rail Extension.
The 129-year-old Armadale Line is set to be transformed through major METRONET projects – the Byford Rail Extension, Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal, and Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
The preferred proponents have been announced for the METRONET Byford Rail Extension and METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal projects.
We’re pleased to announce the members of two new Community Reference Groups for the construction phase of Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
This Rail Safety Week (August 9-15) rail operators around Australia and New Zealand are coming together to urge people to prioritise their safety around trains.
Five dangerous level crossings whose boom gates are each down for about three hours every day will be removed on the inner Armadale Line, with elevated rail chosen as the solution.
The Federal Government announced on 4 May an additional $347.5 million for the Inner Armadale Line Level Crossing Removal and Byford Rail Extension projects.
2021 is already off to a running start with three projects reaching an exciting milestone with major construction proponents shortlisted this month.
In what was a challenging year on many fronts, it was full steam ahead on METRONET projects.
Have a listen to *early noise modelling to give you an idea of what you can expect from a typical elevated rail structure.
Two METRONET projects on the Armadale Line have taken a major step forward with procurement underway for the Byford Rail Extension and Level Crossing Removals at Mint Street, Oats Street and Welshpool Road.
The easing of congestion, saving time and increased safety are what excites the community most when it comes to the removal of up to six level crossings on the Inner Armadale Line.
Removing level crossings is serious business and in good news for the Inner Armadale Line Level Crossing Removals Project, the Business Case has been submitted to Infrastructure Australia.