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Community invited to have a say on new Armadale Station

Residents living in and around Armadale are being invited to have their say on the new Armadale Station, which will be delivered as part of a significant upgrade to the Armadale Line.

Armadale will be one of seven new stations delivered as part of the Victoria Park- Canning Level Crossing Removal and Byford Rail Extension projects, which will also see 13 level crossings removed and 5.5 km of elevated rail added.

The new elevated Armadale Station will include three platforms, new public open spaces and better connectivity between the town centre and station.

The design incorporates feedback from the community provided during consultation earlier this year.

Replacing the old station, it will better serve the growing Armadale population and give the community an improved connection across the rail corridor, and access to new open spaces for people to enjoy within the city centre.

Significant work is also under way to prepare for the 18-month shutdown of the Armadale Line later this year, including construction of three new bus interchanges – one of them being in Armadale.

The design for the new station has been released as part of the development application submitted to the Western Australian Planning Commission.

To have your say on the development application visit https://www.wa.gov.au/metronet-station-development-projects.
 

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