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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Media statements

Dundas Road update

Dundas Road runs along the western edge of the High Wycombe residential area, with the airport and freight railway immediately to the west of Dundas Road. All businesses in the area remain accessible despite the section of Dundas Road being closed. The suburb of High Wycombe would not logically use Dundas Road to access the shopping centre.

New plans for Alkimos Central METRONET precinct revealed

  • Alkimos a key METRONET precinct to be developed in Perth's northern suburbs
  • New hub to feature residential, retail and tourism developments, all linked to public transport as part of METRONET
  • Project expected to create about 15,000 jobs in Perth's northern suburbs
  • Alkimos and Eglinton projected to reach a population of 60,000
  • Yanchep Rail Extension set to start construction in 2019

Ranford Road bus lanes complete

  • Joint project to deliver improved bus travel times complete
  • $8 million project with contributions from State, Federal and local governments
  • New lanes will support operation of buses to the new METRONET station at Ranford Road on the Thornlie-Cockburn Link (work to begin in 2019) 

Road realignment paves way for future Forrestfield METRONET precinct

  • Realigned section of Dundas Road in Forrestfield now open to traffic
  • Road is the first public element of the METRONET station precinct to be completed
  • $1.86 billion Forrestfield-Airport Link project jointly funded by the Western Australian ($1.37b) and Australian ($490m) governments
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