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Stations

Alkimos Station

Approximately 41-minutes from Perth by train, Alkimos Station will serve the future city scale Alkimos Central development, which has been master planned by LandCorp to provide much needed key service amenities to the area.

 Located on the corner of Romeo Road and Marmion Avenue, west of Wanneroo Road, the early station design detailed how the station fits within LandCorp’s master planned development and caters for passengers on day one of operations.

 A ground-level concourse and station building will include an unpaid zone to connect both sides of the development, with two platforms located in a cutting.

 The universally accessible station will have:

  • Passenger amenity: public toilets, public services (such as vending machines), kiosk, passenger ticketing/information, staff amenities, station administration offices, storage/cleaning and operational facilities.
  • Pedestrian/cycle access: well connected to a principal-shared path west of the station, with two secure bicycle parking shelters, bike u-rails and ability to add two additional secure bicycle parking shelters in the future.
  • Bus interchange: six-stands with weather protection, seating and information facilities. The interchange includes four layover bays.
  • Vehicle access: dedicated passenger drop-off area and approximately 600 parking bays.

 Read the Alkimos Station fact sheet (PDF) for more information.

 Visit LandCorp’s Alkimos Central for more information about the future development.

  

Eglinton Station

Approximately 46-minutes from Perth by train, Eglinton Station will be built south of Pipidinny Road, east of Marmion Avenue and west of Wanneroo Road, and is designed to support a localised community.

 Accessed via a station building at ground-level, the two platforms will be located in a cutting with at least 50 per cent coverage. The universally accessible station will have:

  • Passenger amenity: public services (such as vending machines), passenger ticketing/information, storage/cleaning and operational facilities.
  • Pedestrian/cycle access: well connected to a shared path west of the station, with two secure bicycle parking shelters, bike u-rails and ability to add two additional secure bicycle parking shelters in the future.
  • Bus interchange: eight-stands with weather protection, seating and information facilities. The interchange includes four layover bays.
  • Vehicle access: dedicated passenger drop-off area and approximately 400 parking bays. As future demand increases, the parking can expand up to approximately 1,000 bays.

 Read the Eglinton Station fact sheet (PDF) for more information.

  

Yanchep Station

Approximately 49-minutes from Perth by train, Yanchep Station will become the heart of Perth’s newest strategic business centre.

 The end-of-the-line station will be located south of the future Toreopango Avenue, north of Yanchep Beach Road, east of Marmion Avenue and west of Wanneroo Road.

 Built in a cutting, with a cut and cover tunnel approach to provide ground-level connections in an unpaid concourse area to each side of the railway, Yanchep Station’s future-proof design provides land development opportunities, while meeting passenger needs from day one of operations.  

 The universally accessible station will have:

  • Passenger amenity: public toilets, public services (such as vending machines), kiosk, passenger ticketing/information, staff amenities, station administration offices, storage/cleaning and operational facilities.
  • Pedestrian/cycle access: well connected to a shared path west of the station, with two secure bicycle parking shelters, bike u-rails and ability to add two additional secure bicycle parking shelters in the future.
  • Bus interchange: 14-stands with weather protection, seating and information facilities. Its flexible design could see buses dropping off passengers either internally to the bus station or externally next to commercial development to maximise the surrounding development potential. The interchange includes seven layover bays.
  • Vehicle access: dedicated passenger drop-off area and approximately 1,000 parking bays.

 Read our Yanchep Station fact sheet (PDF) for more information.

 

Rail alignment

 Majority of the 14.5 km long rail extension will be in a cutting to support community connections and integration, reduce noise and improve overall amenity.

 The Yanchep Rail Extension will deliver nine road-over-rail bridges, which will also support access and the early staging of development around the stations. A potential 11 crossings are identified along the route as part of longer-term development intentions. These have been future proofed in the design, but are subject to further planning and delivery by third parties.

 The rail alignment will travel through some Parks and Recreation sites and a Bush Forever area. Every effort was made to minimise impact on these areas, including considering alternative alignments. However, the undulating landscape, tight rail curve (not conforming to railway design standards) and impact on existing and future residents meant these options were not viable.

 One Parks and Recreation site will have a fauna underpass and four fauna underpasses will be built through the Bush Forever area. In these areas every effort will be made to minimise impacts.

Page last updated: 03/07/2018