March / April 2021 update
News Articles | 25 March 2021

March / April 2021 update

Quite a bit of headway has been made in the rail area since our last update in early February.

February 2021 update
News Articles | 2 February 2021

February 2021 update

Our rail crews have hit the ground running in the new year, achieving a number of track laying-related milestones within the first month.

Christmas break 2020
News Articles | 11 December 2020

Christmas break 2020

Most site operations over the Christmas and New Year period will stop on Thursday December 24 and recommence on Monday January 4.

December 2020 update
News Articles | 11 December 2020

December 2020 update

With the end of the year in sight it's all hands on deck to finalise a number of jobs before the break.

November 2020 update
News Articles | 10 November 2020

November 2020 update

While the majority of the new alignment is located underground, sections of track around High Wycombe Station and the adjacent stowage area, as well as at Bayswater Junction, are located at ground level.

October 2020 update
News Articles | 8 October 2020

October 2020 update

Track laying within Tunnel Two (TBM Sandy's tunnel) is advancing on a daily basis, with more than 40 per cent of skeleton track (rail strings clipped to sleepers) in place, and almost 30 per cent of slab track (skeleton track embedded in concrete) complete.

September 2020 update
News Articles | 11 September 2020

September 2020 update

Progress in the Airport Line's twin-bored tunnels has really gained momentum, with 90 per cent of the tunnel invert slab now poured and cured.

Building for Tomorrow program a key feature of economic recovery
News Articles | 23 August 2020

Building for Tomorrow program a key feature of economic recovery

The McGowan Government is building Western Australia's economy back-up from the pandemic by embarking on Building for Tomorrow, the biggest transport infrastructure program WA has seen.

August 2020 update
News Articles | 10 August 2020

August 2020 update

The first kilometre of track has been laid between Redcliffe and Airport Central stations.

July 2020 update
News Articles | 3 July 2020

July 2020 update

Earlier this year we asked residents and businesses within the City of Kalamunda to choose their preferred name for the new line's terminus station.

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