Works

Nicholson Road Station 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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 844 378. 


Site works (ongoing)

Delivery of materials to site, earth works, drainage and relocation of underground services.

Work vehicles, including trucks and water carts, access the site via Tulloch Way, Canning Vale. 

Ranford Road Station 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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 844 378.


Sewer installation (from late-May)

A new sewer connection to the Ranford Road Station site will be installed, with works on Marginata Parkway, Canning Vale.

Traffic management will be in place to close a section of the eastern end of Marginata Parkway. Access to properties will be maintained at all times including the footpath from Marginata Parkway to Ranford Road.


Ranford Road Bridge site (ongoing)

  • Delivery and stockpiling of materials and equipment
  • earth and civil works
  • old bridge demolition
  • road construction
  • new bridge construction
  • traffic management including a speed limit reduction to 40km/hr Ranford Road between Livingstone Drive and Bannister Road
  • altered signals and traffic configuration at the Ranford Road-Bannister Road intersection.

Roadworks Map


Ranford Road traffic management (ongoing)

Traffic lanes have been realigned along Ranford Road between Jacksonia Gate and Bannister Road.


Road access closures (ongoing)

Access to Livingstone Drive and City of Canning Waster Transfer Station is via Wilfred Road, except for operational vehicles.

Thornlie Station 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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 844 378.


Service relocation works (ongoing)

Underground tunnelling and drilling including the use of a small tunnel boring machine. Works extend into freight rail corridor near Lyrebird Way, Thornlie.

Future station works include:

  • demolishing parts of the station building and infrastructure
  • moving the existing radio monopole to the south west of the station site
  • installing and relocating services
  • building new station infrastructure and facilities including an overpass, roof, lifts, stairs and toilets
  • building retaining walls and extending the passenger platforms.

Station operations will be maintained where possible.


Thornlie Station Car Park (ongoing)

A portion of the western car park is closed to support station works.

Rail Corridor

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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 844 378.


Rail infrastructure (until late-August)

Works within the Mandurah Line rail corridor (along Kwinana Freeway) between Farrington Road and Beeliar Drive, and at the Glen Iris Tunnel:

  • installing drainage and underground services
  • demolition
  • roadworks including asphalting, line marking and maintenance
  • traffic barrier and fencing installation
  • delivery and unloading of materials including ballast rock
  • building retaining structures
  • installing handrails, guideposts, signage and light poles
  • earth works
  • track construction
  • installing signalling equipment and overhead line equipment and structures
  • building of walls at Berrigan Drive Bridge over the railway line, involving piling and concreting.

Some works and access will occur out-of-hours (7pm7am), weekends and public holidays.

Out-of-hours works

Cutting concrete barriers on the northbound and southbound lanes on Kwinana Freeway, near the Glen Iris Tunnel, including excavation works and the loading and unloading of ballasts within the rail line.


Kwinana Freeway (until early-2022)

Southbound reduced to two lanes from Berrigan Drive to Armadale Road-Beeliar Drive. Delays are expected on Roe Highway westbound entry to Kwinana Freeway south.


Drainage basin, Cockburn Central (ongoing)

Excavation work at bushland south of Berrigan Drive and west of the Kwinana Freeway.

Vehicle access from Verna Court, Cockburn Central.


Temporary path closure, Canning Vale (until mid-2022)

A section of path between Woodhouse Park and Ranford Road-Caladenia Grove Reserve is temporarily closed.

The section is next to properties on Steppe Court, Woodspring Trail, Meadowview Mews, Pinewood Walk, Parkland Trail, Park Lane, Fairfield Gardens and Marginata Parkway in Canning Vale.


Retaining wall, Thornlie (until mid-2022)

Installing piles, posts and concrete panels along the northern side of the freight rail corridor behind some houses on Partridge Way and Lyrebird Way, Thornlie.


BP Kewdale White Oil Line relocation (ongoing)

Around 11km of works along the freight rail corridor between the Kenwick Rail Tunnel and the Glen Iris Rail Tunnel.

Works take place within the suburbs of Kenwick, Thornlie, Canning Vale, Leeming and Jandakot, and includes work sites near:

  • O’Dell Street Reserve
  • Southdown Place
  • Thornlie Station
  • Lyrebird Way
  • Nyandi Court
  • McLean Road-Kanani Drive Reserve
  • Woodhouse Circuit
  • Marginata Parkway
  • Ken Hurst Park
  • Leeming Road
  • Marriot Road

Works include:

  • drilling, trenching and welding to relocate pipes
  • clearing and fencing
  • regular delivery of materials to and from sites.

Works hours are Monday to Sunday, 7am7pm, including public holidays.

Out-of-hours works

The relocation of the pipeline is taking place 24-hours a day until mid-July on the southern side of the freight rail corridor:

  • between McLean Road/Kanani Drive Reserve and Woodhouse Circuit, Canning Vale
  • near Marginata Parkway.

Site investigation in Thornlie, Kenwick, Beckenham and East Cannington (ongoing)

Night works to locate underground services, geotechnical testing and survey work taking place from Thornlie Station to Gerard Street, East Cannington and in the Kenwick Rail Tunnel.

Cockburn Central Station 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. For all out-of-hours works, please contact the site supervisor directly on 0437 844 378.


Station platform extension (until mid-2022)

Extending the existing island platform to the north of the station to provide space for Thornlie-Cockburn Link trains.

Heavy vehicles will deliver and remove equipment and construction material.

Some works and access will occur outside of standard work hours and a temporary site facility is in use at Signal Terrace, Cockburn Central.

Armadale Line Shutdown

The 129-year-old Armadale Line is set to be transformed through major METRONET projects – the Byford Rail Extension, Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal, and Thornlie-Cockburn Link

To enable work on these three projects to occur as quickly and safely as possible, the Armadale Line will be shut for up to 18 months, starting in early-2023.

 

An extended shutdown means these METRONET projects can be built over a shorter timeframe and provide certainty for train replacement services.

Planning to reduce the impact of this significant disruption is already underway and the exact timing of the shutdown will be confirmed later this year along with further information on train replacement services.

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

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