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McGowan Government’s first locally built railcar leaves facility

  • First new C-series railcar built in WA now undergoing diagnostic testing before fit out
  • High Voltage Testing and Commissioning Facility at Bellevue now complete
  • Railcar manufacturing ramping up since returning to Midland area last year
  • More than 10,400 workers have been employed across METRONET program of works
  • 15 projects under construction, completed, in procurement or planning

Help us plan replacement services for the Armadale Line shutdown

  • Survey now open to plan for replacement services during Armadale Line shutdown
  • Passengers and community urged to have their say with survey open until mid-April
  • Specific Australind passenger survey to commence on March 28
  • Armadale Line to shut down for up to 18 months in early 2023 to enable works on three METRONET projects
  • Includes six new stations, removing 12 level crossings and creating new open spaces

Caledonian Avenue level crossing to close on April 15

  • Caledonian Avenue level crossing to close on April 15
  • Closure necessary for the Forrestfield-Airport Link to commence operations later this year
  • $15 million for road upgrades to improve safety and access to Maylands town centre
  • Road improvements being planned in consultation with community and stakeholders

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