Works Midland Station

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


Permanent closure of the Helena Streel level crossing (July 10 2024)

The Helena Street level crossing will close permanently at 7.00am on July 10. Closure of the Helena Street level crossing will allow for works to continue on the new station building, platforms and overpass across the rail. The new station will be built to the east of the existing station, partially where the Helena Street crossing is now.

Most vehicles are expected to use the newly created Cale Street level crossing which will open at 7pm on July 12. This crossing will also allow for pedestrian movements. An alternative crossing point is also available at Morrison Road.

There will be a 60-hour transition period where both level crossings will be closed due to safety commissioning testing. The below map highlights the alternative pedestrian and vehicle crossing points between 10-12 July.

 Dates are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.

For more information view the fact sheet or read the frequently asked questions.


works on yelverton drive for cale street level crossing – detour around hospital - 21 march to late-july 2024

a detour is required to enable cale street level crossing works on the southern side of the rail line. works will be carried out at the intersection of yelverton drive and centennial place. traffic will be detoured via centennial place and clayton street. access to the hospital from yelverton drive will be modified during this period.

works

  • removing existing and installing new drainage
  • changing traffic signals
  • upgrading the road layout to cater for the cale street level crossing
  • building new road pavement, footpaths and kerbing
  • increased truck and light vehicle movements
  • access for vehicles and pedestrians will be maintained
  • detours and traffic management will be in place


multi-storey car park (until late-2024)

  • intermittent works between 7am and 7pm, monday to saturday (adjacent businesses and residents will be advised of any out-of-hours works).
  • impacts to station parking during works. parking has been reduced from 740 bays to approximately 190 bays.
  • traffic management and lane closures may be required during deliveries of large building components and machinery, but every effort will be made to keep roads open.
  • vibrations, noise, and dust will be managed

out-of-hours works:

out-of-hours works are required to pour concrete and build a protection screen at the multi-storey car park construction site.

pours are scheduled for various dates during july, between 4am and 7am. these dates are as follows:

  • wednesday 4
  • monday 8
  • monday 15
  • thursday 18
  • thursday 25

protection screen works are scheduled on the following dates between 8pm and 7am:

  • wednesday 4
  • monday 8
  • monday 15
  • thursday 18
  • thursday 25

new midland station site

out-of-hours works:

out-of-hours works are required to pour concrete and build a protection screen at the new midland station site.

works are scheduled for various dates during july, between 3.30am and 7am. these dates are as follows:

  • wednesday 10
  • tuesday 16

general works on multi-storey car park - 6am start

  • during april, works on site will begin at 6am and finish at 5pm from monday to saturday
  • every effort will be made to minimise the use of machinery and equipment between 6am and 7am

rail corridor

  • intermittent works in and around the rail corridor between 7am and 7pm, monday to saturday (adjacent businesses and residents will be advised of any out-of-hours works).
  • heavy machinery, equipment and workers accessing the area
  • temporary road and path closures may be required to bring equipment to site
  • vibrations, noise, and dust will be managed.

english oak tree relocation (relocated on 17 april 2024)

the english oak tree has now been relocated to its new home. the tree was relocated on april 17 just east of its former location on railway parade. the tree will be monitored during the life of the project.

to find out more about the english oak tree view the fact sheet.

partial closure of railway parade between helena street and marion street (monday 6 may to friday 26 july 2024 – dates may be subject to change)

railway parade will be closed for road re-surfacing works between helena street and marion street and detours will be in place.

works:

  • excavation
  • roadworks including removing existing asphalt and pavement construction
  • access for pedestrians will be maintained
  • detours and traffic management will be in place
  • intermittent machinery noise
  • increased truck and light vehicle movements
  • noise and dust will be managed

 

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