To stay safe while around the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension train network, we all need to use our brains around trains.
Over the past nine months, the project team has been seeking feedback from the community on Armadale and Byford stations and public space designs.
Byford resident Colleen Rankin – a loyal local ambassador committed to making a positive contribution to the Byford community.
In the early hours of Monday 20 November, the first boom gates were dismantled, marking a significant milestone in fulfilling the commitment to transform the Armadale Line.
Check out how METRONET Victoria Park- Canning Level Crossing Removal Project is creating a safer, more efficient rail network across Perth. Enhancing safety and reliability through seamless services relocation.
The annoucement of the winners and official names for the four impressive gantry cranes as part of the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
As part of the Armadale Line Transformation, from Monday 20 November 2023 onwards, train services will stop however live power will be on in the rail corridor.
Permeable paving, tree guards, recycled sand products, and dam covers were just some of the sustainable products showcased at the third Sustainable Suppliers Forum in October.
East Victoria Park Primary School and Education Support Centre studentswith the help of local artist Catherine Peattie have transformed an everyday shipping container into a culturally connective and colourful community art project.
With the start of the Armadale/Thornlie Line transformation just around the corner, there is no better time than this Sunday, 12 November to get all your questions answered!
Join us at a convenient one-stop-shop event where you can chat with experts about the new stations, public space design, construction and supporting bus services available during the shutdown.
Yale Primary School students will have their art featured at the new-look Thornlie Station as part of a community art initiative for the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link Project.
With a total of 13 local and Noongar artists engaged to create 15 public art pieces, the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line Project has officially set the record for the largest collection commissioned on a METRONET project to date!
We are seeking your input on the new public spaces that will be created around the new elevated Beckenham Station as part of the ongoing METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.
Brendan Davies’ career path had typically followed warehousing and transport logistics jobs, but there is nothing typical about his decision to challenge himself and try something new.
The new Thomas Road Over Rail Bridge at Byford has embraced the local character of the Serpentine-Jarrahdale community in its urban landscape and design with local school children leaving a built-in legacy along the bridge.