Early works scheduled for $342M Nowra Bridge
As planning and design works progress on the $342 million Nowra Bridge…
4 July 2019
One of the largest railway investments the city has ever seen is in full speed ahead, as the Public Transport Authority (PTA) and Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) join forces to extend Perth’s city-scape, introducing 18 new stations and boosting job opportunities with a view to create investment opportunities thereafter. METRONET really is setting the scene for a new and improved Perth, connecting our suburbs and allowing our growing outer suburbs to become more accessible.
This billion-dollar project won’t just open-up thousands of infrastructure job opportunities, but will be a catalyst for development opportunities, with an estimate grand total of 5,000 hectares of land around new stations, set to provide a canvas for sleeping suburban center’s to be revived – a developers dream.
Completing the Forrestfield-Airport Link
Further to the current priority list outlined in stage 1 of the METRONET initiative. Planning is also underway for an inner-city light rail with more news to be publicised in late 2019!