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Friday, June 5, 2020

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Community feedback sought on new METRONET station

The local community has the opportunity to choose the name of a new train station being built as part of the Forrestfield-Airport Link.
 
Community members will have the opportunity to vote on a choice of Belmont or Redcliffe for the first station on the line.
 
The station will form the heart of METRONET's first transport oriented development - a new high-density precinct with multi-storey apartments, businesses and vibrant community spaces. 

In July, the City of Belmont voted unanimously in support of changing the station name to Redcliffe to reflect the historical name of the surrounding area.

Voting opens today and closes on November 19, 2017. Respondents can only enter once.
 
 The rail line will add an expected 20,000 daily trips to the rail network by 2021.
 
The survey can be accessed at http://www.forrestfieldairportlink.wa.gov.au where more information on the project can also be found.

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