Procurement for the METRONET High Capacity Signalling project has begun, with Expressions of Interest opening today.
A landmark change in WA’s transport infrastructure and history took place 30 years ago today when electrical power to Perth’s passenger rail system was officially turned on for the first time.
- Speed limit and lane changes on Kwinana Freeway southbound near Cockburn Central Station Station
- Changes in place from September 27 to early 2022 to help facilitate METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link
- Mandurah Line closed from Aubin Grove to Elizabeth Quay from December 26 for a minimum of 20 days
- Southern suburbs commuters encouraged to plan ahead
- New bus routes to add 1.7 million annual service kilometres to the Transperth network
- Airport Line train frequency confirmed with consultation on bus routes opening soon
- Increased capacity with five trains (three-car sets) added to network, creating an additional 20,000 trips each day
- Every bus and train to be in use across the network along with 500 Transperth staff
- All AFL Grand Final tickets include public transport
- Commuters urged to plan their journeys ahead of time