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Soaring to new heights this Super June

Soaring to new heights this Super June

Super June is here – and what an exciting period it is for the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project as we make rapid progress on some major milestones.

Local business supports community during construction

Local business supports community during construction

Andrew is a devoted local business owner of Carlisle Hotel, committed in supporting the local community, especially during the construction of the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.

A story of Country, connection and unity

A story of Country, connection and unity

The METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project’s Aboriginal Engagement and Participation team recently commissioned an Aboriginal artwork to raise awareness of Noongar culture.

Commitment to reuse and recycling

Commitment to reuse and recycling

The Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal project is dedicated to meeting sustainability targets set by the METRONET Sustainability Strategy and its own sustainability charter. 

Full steam ahead - first quarter of the shutdown

Full steam ahead - first quarter of the shutdown

Since the Armadale Line Shutdown started last November, the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project site of Perth’s first elevated rail has been a hive of activity.

Grass trees in expert hands

Grass trees in expert hands

Bruce Abbott has been preserving Balgas for around 24 years, so when it came to looking after this native flora on the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project, Bruce was perfect.

Visit the Community Hub

Visit the Community Hub

Have questions about the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project? We've got you covered! visit our Community Hub.

Up, up and away

Up, up and away

It was up, up and away at Carlisle Station with the first L-beams for the new elevated rail being installed. The L-beams form part of the 4.3km-long concrete viaduct structure being built as part of the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.

Wheel-y good times ahead

Wheel-y good times ahead

In December last year, we asked for help to design new skate zones for the youth plazas at Oats Street and Cannington stations on the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.

Piling to support elevated rail

Piling to support elevated rail

You may have noticed the huge 130 tonnes drill rigs in the rail corridor close to where Carlisle Station used to be…and you may be wondering what they’re for. They’re on site for piling works.

Bye bye boom gates!

Bye bye boom gates!

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. 

Relocation, relocation, relocation

Relocation, relocation, relocation

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.

Community names for the gantry cranes unveiled

Community names for the gantry cranes unveiled

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

Shutdown but...NOT SWITCHED OFF.

Shutdown but...NOT SWITCHED OFF.

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. 

Shipping container? Rail communications room? Art? Actually…it’s all three!

Shipping container? Rail communications room? Art? Actually…it’s all three!

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.

Maps, facts, sausages… we have it all!

Maps, facts, sausages… we have it all!

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!

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