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.

There are a number of agencies working in the Bayswater area to deliver major projects and several roads are impacted, so please follow traffic management.

Leake Street underpass (16–29 January)

The Leake Street underpass will be temporarily closed and shared path access across the rail line will be via the King William Street subway.

The underpass will temporarily re-open on 19 January from 7pm–5am while the King William Street subway is closed.

Pedestrian crossing closure (ongoing)

Access to Bayswater Station via Whatley Crescent will be closed permanently to build new rail lines.

Station access will remain from Railway Parade via the pedestrian crossing (east) and pedestrian tunnel (west). 

To cross the rail line, pedestrians and cyclists can use the King William Street subway and the Leake Street underpass.

Shared path detour (ongoing)

The shared path detour will be in place along Whatley Crescent and via the King William Street subway to Railway Parade, until the new elevated shared path is open.

Please follow on-road shared path detour signage and barriers to safely direct pedestrians and cyclists.

Railway Parade (until early-2024)

Works are underway to connect the Morley-Ellenbrook Line to the new Bayswater Station along the southern section of Railway Parade.

Railway Parade is closed in both directions from Bassendean Road to Clavering Road and the westbound lane of Railway Parade is also closed in sections.

Several roads are impacted for works in the area associated with other major projects so please follow traffic management.

Bayswater Station car park (from 1 February)

Permanent closure of the station car park and eastern pedestrian entry via Railway Parade. Transperth passengers will be able to use 20 car bays in the Halliday Park car park.

The shared path under the King William Street subway and the Leake Street underpass are open to allow rail crossings.

Retaining walls (ongoing)

Concreting, drilling, form and earth works to build retaining walls along Whatley Crescent, between Hotham and Cobden streets.

Midland Line Shutdown

The Midland Line Shutdown, originally scheduled to commence on 23 September, will now take place in early-2023 for critical works.

The shutdown is required to remove and replace about 1.8km of track and other rail systems.

For more information on the shutdown and to provide feedback, please visit Building For Tomorrow.

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