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Denny Avenue level crossing removal procurement and demolition works begin

  • Demolition of old buildings begins to make way for Kelmscott METRONET precinct
  • Expressions of interest sought for major METRONET project in Kelmscott
  • $69 million level crossing removal at Denny Avenue will improve safety and amenity
  • Construction expected to start later this year, creating new jobs

The wrecking ball has moved in to clear old buildings and make way for METRONET's Denny Avenue level crossing removal project.

Meanwhile, the State Government has now also kicked off the official call for expressions of interest for companies to construct the new road under a rail crossing on Davis Road.

Contractors are being sought for the $69 million METRONET project, which will be delivered through two design and construct contracts - one for the rail and bridge portion of the works, and the other for the road and civic infrastructure components.

The contractors will be required to demonstrate how they will minimise road and rail disruptions during construction, to ensure the community can keep moving through the Kelmscott area.

The notoriously dangerous level crossing will be replaced by a road underpass at Davis Road, which will see the rail raised and the road lowered. Work will start later this year.

This will improve the safety of drivers, cyclists and pedestrians; maintain an important east-west connection between Albany Highway and Railway Avenue; and enable public space improvements in the area.

The demolition of the five State Government-owned houses on Railway and Third avenues by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority are necessary for the project's construction.

The Denny Avenue level crossing removal will also facilitate some activation of the precinct around Kelmscott Station, including new Principal Shared Path, making Denny Avenue a tree-lined boulevard and creating new public space.

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