Works

Works

Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666.


Out-of-hours works

The following activities may take place out-of-hours as required:

  • relocating existing utility services (water, gas, electricity, and telecommunications)
  • concrete pouring 
  • delivery and installation of retaining walls, abutment walls, columns, headstocks and concrete beams for the elevated rail
  • road works
  • mobilising equipment, rigs, and cranes to site.

For more information, see the out-of-hours works page here.


Service relocation works (until late 2024) 

service relocation works are ongoing at:

  • Alexander Road, Byford
  • Larsen Road, Byford
  • Evans Way, Byford
  • George Street, Byford 

Armadale Area

Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666.


Overnight beam deliveries (until October 2024)

Out-of-hours delivery and installation of 125 oversized concrete beams for the elevated rail bridge will be ongoing until October 2024. Oversized loads must be moved outside of peak traffic times to comply with Main Roads requirements for transporting.

Upcoming beam delivery and installation:

  • Haul route 3: Armadale Road, Aragon Court
    • 17 June - 22 June 2024
    • 24 - 25 June 2024
    • 27 - 28 June 2024
  • Haul route 2: Hobbs Drive, Church Avenue
    • 19 June - 21 June 2024
    • 24 - 28 June 2024

*Dates subject to minor change due to weather and other factors

Beams will be delivered via the haul routes shown on the map below:


Armadale Road (until mid-2025)

  • Ongoing works to widen Armadale Road between Church Avenue and Abbey Road. 
  • The speed limit on Armadale Road is reduced to 40km/h
  • Armadale Road will be reduced to a single lane in each direction until mid-2025
  • Streich Avenue-Armadale Road intersection will be closed until early-2025 with no access to turns or crossing at that intersection
  • Alternative access to Armadale Road has been created by connecting the cul-de-sac on Glastonbury Road to Streich Avenue

Armadale Road Fact Sheet


Armadale Road stop/slow traffic management and closure (Wednesday 26 June 2024)  

Armadale Road will be reduced to a single lane under stop/slow traffic management closed between Abbey Road and Orchard Avenue from 8pm until 11pm, Wednesday 26 June 2024. 
 
A closure will then be put in place from 11pm, Wednesday 26 June until 4am, Thursday 27 June 2024.
 
The traffic management and closure will safely enable beams to be installed immediately adjacent to Armadale Road and allow enable a crane to safely cross the road.


Armadale Station (until late-June 2024)

There will be intermittent night works at Armadale Station to install in-ground services, footings, reinforcements and concrete slabs for the new Armadale Station building foundations. Works include:

  • using formwork and pouring concrete to form the foundations 
  • excavating, backfilling and compacting the area.

Elevated rail bridge retaining walls (until late-September 2024)

Works to install retaining walls to support the elevated rail bridge are ongoing in the rail corridor between: 

  • Frys Lane pedestrian crossing and Gladstone Road, Armadale until late-August 2024 Coombe Avenue and Prout Road, Armadale until late-September 2024

Works include:

  • excavating to prepare the area 
  • installing precast concrete retaining walls using a crane 
  • backfilling and compacting general fill between the retaining walls

There will be noise, dust and vibration from equipment, heavy vehicles, machinery and work activity, and a significant increase in heavy vehicle traffic.


Changes to pedestrian access along Armadale Road

To facilitate ongoing works along Armadale Road, changes have been made to the surrounding path network. Open pedestrian paths are indicated on the map below.

Byford Area

Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666.


 Alexander Road, Byford (11 March to mid-July 2024)

  • Alexander Road between Larsen Road and Sugar Lane, and Cherry Lane and Peppies Crescent will be closed until mid-July. 
  • Works include excavating, installing, and connecting a new water main in the road and verge on Alexander Road. 
  • Local resident access will be maintained at all times via detour routes.
  • There will be no pedestrian access along Alexander Road until late August 2024. Pedestrians will be required to use the footpath on Araucaria Boulevard and Halfpenny Avenue.  


Larsen Road pedestrian bridge (until November 2024)

  • Works involve the installation of bridge footings, deflection walls and bridge structure.

Evans Way and George Street Road Works (until September 2024)

  • Earthworks have commenced to complete the section of George Street between Larsen Road and Evans Way
  • Evans Way and George Street intersection will be closed from 15 June to 30 September 2024 to enable drainage installation and to rebuild the intersection.
  • there is no pedestrian access along George Street between Evans Way and Larsen Road
  • pedestrians can use the shared path on South Western Highway.


Verge Works (13 May to mid June 2024)

  • Trenching in the verge on George Street between Larsen Road and the temporary footpath adjacent to the rail corridor to install a water main
  • barriers will be placed along the verge, which will remove verge parking. 

Sewer isolation works (3 June – 5 July 2024)

  • A temporary site access will be established off Evans Way to enable delivery truck access. There will be an increase in truck movements on Evans Way.
    Padra Turn between Calneggia Drive and Evans Way will be closed to isolate a redundant sewer line.
    A detour will be in place, via Ninka Lane. Local resident access will be maintained at all times.

Byford Station (until August 2024 )

  • Vegetation removal and pruning will continue within the rail corridor adjacent to Evans Way, George Street and Abernethy Road until August
  • at times, workers will be present on the verge of George Street and traffic management will be in place, reducing the speed limit to 40km/h.

Eleventh Road Area

Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666.


Eleventh Road (until mid 2025)

From 5am 1 July 2024, Eleventh Road will be closed for 10 months between Gull Street / Lambert Lane and Bruns Drive east to enable the construction of the bridge.

The temporary closure is required to ensure works are undertaken as quickly and as safely as possible, minimising inconvenience to road users and nearby residents.

Road users will be required to use Church Avenue or Thomas Road to cross the rail line during the closure. Pedestrians and cyclists will not be permitted to access the closed section of Eleventh Road. Cyclists will need to follow the detour routes. 

Access to Fletcher Park will be maintained via Stone Street, Moore Street and Mitchell Street.

Concrete pours for the bridge structure are ongoing until late June.


Bruns Drive west

The intersection of Eleventh Road and Bruns Drive west has been temporarily closed to rebuild the intersection of Bruns Drive and Eleventh Road to support local access during the Eleventh Road closure.

Road users will be required to follow the detour in place as per the map below;


Keenan Street and Bruns Drive west (until late June 2024)

  • Work to construct the new Keenan Street extension and Bruns Drive west extension are ongoing.

There will be an increase in noise, dust and vibration from equipment, heavy vehicles, machinery and work activity.


Wungong Brook Rail Bridge works (until late-June 2024)

  • Delivering and installing concrete beams 
  • Beams will be delivered via South Western Highway, and Eleventh Road
  • Due to the size of the load, beams will need to be delivered at 4am

Byron Road level crossing

Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666.


As part of the METRONET Byford Rail Extension Project, the Byron Road level crossing is permanently closed.  

To maximise safety for road users, Main Roads WA, on behalf of METRONET, has been undertaking intersection upgrades, including road widening on South Western Highway at Eleventh Road, Stone Street and Dickens Road.

Traffic signal installations at Eleventh Road and Stone Street have been unavoidably delayed, we appreciate your patience while we work through how the temporary intersection treatments will operate.


Traffic signal installation – Stone Street and Eleventh Road

Traffic movements at the intersections of Eleventh Road and Stone Street are being managed until permanent traffic signals are installed.

The intersections at Eleventh Road and Stone Street will operate under temporary traffic management as unsignalised T-intersections supported by temporary traffic signals that will operate, as needed, during peak periods. The temporary management is supported by interim line markings, signs, and additional lighting to delineate the lane alignments at each intersection to support traffic movements.

Under the temporary conditions, Main Roads will be monitoring the road environment to assess traffic flows and will operate the temporary traffic signals as needed i.e. due to excessive queuing.

Byron Level Crossing Fact Sheet

Out-of-hours works

Standard work hours are Monday to Saturday, 7am–7pm, and any out-of-hours works are indicated below. All works will follow approved noise and traffic management plans, and every effort will be made to minimise impacts. For questions about project works, please email info@metronet.wa.gov.au or call 9326 3666.


Overnight beam deliveries (until October 2024)

Out-of-hours delivery and installation of 125 oversized concrete beams for the elevated rail bridge will be ongoing until October 2024. Oversized loads must be moved outside of peak traffic times to comply with Main Roads requirements for transporting.

Upcoming beam delivery and installation:

  • Haul route 3: Armadale Road, Aragon Court
    • 17 June - 22 June 2024
    • 24 - 25 June 2024
    • 27 - 28 June 2024
  • Haul route 2: Hobbs Drive, Church Avenue
    • 19 June - 21 June 2024
    • 24 - 28 June 2024

*Dates subject to minor change due to weather and other factors

Beams will be delivered via the haul routes shown on the map below:


Armadale Road stop/slow traffic management and closure (Wednesday 26 June 2024) 

Armadale Road will be reduced to a single lane under stop/slow traffic management closed between Abbey Road and Orchard Avenue from 8pm until 11pm, Wednesday 26 June 2024. 

A closure will then be put in place from 11pm, Wednesday 26 June until 4am, Thursday 27 June 2024.

The traffic management and closure will safely enable beams to be installed immediately adjacent to Armadale Road and allow enable a crane to safely cross the road.


Armadale Station (until late-June)

There will be intermittent night works at Armadale Station to install in-ground services and complete services works.


Armadale Work Zones

  • The out-of-hours works will be completed mainly within three areas.
  • You can sign up to the areas that affect you in the form at the bottom of this page.


Works Alerts

Stay up to date with project works around your area via SMS and email alerts.

Works Alerts

Stay up to date with project works around your area via SMS and email alerts.

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