We would like to know how you would like to be communicated with, how often and the sort of information that you would like to know about Forrestfield-Airport Link.
In the past month, more detailed information was given to the three shortlisted respondents to help develop their proposals, which are due in November 2015. The latest geotechnical studies took place and the refreshed website is soon to be launched.
After five Expressions of Interest were received for the Design and Construct contract in March, an evaluation process has been carried out over the past few months.
Analysis has been completed on the survey into Forrestfield-Airport Link communications. The survey found that local residents were generally happy with the frequency and content of the communications and updates.
The second geotechnical drilling program is well underway with more than 100 bore holes drilled and 70 monitoring wells installed along the future rail route.
We have reached a major milestone since the last update, with our tunnel boring machines (TBMs) Grace and Sandy completing 70 per cent of tunnelling.
Forrestfield Station is now at 50 per cent completion, with the main building, roof and platform construction well advanced.
Applications opened today for 60 new Transperth railcar drivers - who will be among the first to drive trains on the METRONET Forrestfield-Airport Link.
After being at the centre of attention for the last few months, both tunnel boring machines (TBMs) are now back in the ground and on their way to Bayswater.
Premier Mark McGowan and the Transport Minister Rita Saffioti visited the Redcliffe Station box today, touring the tunnels which will host trains on the Forrestfield-Airport Link and inspecting tunnel-boring machine (TBM) Sandy for the first time since the machine left Airport Central Station in mid-2018.