Western Australia

NorthLink WA interchange with Brand Highway

Construction begins on third and final section of NorthLink WA

CONSTRUCTION is now under way on the third and final section of the $1.02 billion NorthLink WA, which will provide a free-flowing dual carriageway between Ellenbrook and Muchea, with new interchanges at Stock Road, Neaves Road and Brand Highway.

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Fremantle Port at Dusk

New taskforce to deliver Outer Harbour vision for Perth

THE West Australian Government last week announced the establishment of the multi-agency Westport Taskforce to outline a long-range vision to guide the planning, development and growth of both the Inner Harbour at Fremantle and the future Outer Harbour at Kwinana.

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WA Labor Government's METRONET map

More than $1.34bn allocated to METRONET in WA Budget 2017-18

AS part of the 2017-18 Budget, the West Australian Government has allocated $1.34 billion over the next four years to start work on stage one METRONET priority projects, including the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and the Yanchep Rail Extension.

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'Kwinana Freeway Light Trails', Kwinana Freeway, Perth

Expressions of interest called for three freeway upgrade projects in Perth

THE West Australian Government last week called for expressions of interest for three freeway upgrade projects, which aim to address congestion hotspots on Perth's road network and form part of a $2.3 billion package of road and rail projects announced in May.

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Burns Beach Road and Mitchell Freeway interchange

Mitchell Freeway extension in Perth's north opens to traffic

THE $236 million Mitchell Freeway extension through Perth's fast-growing outer northern suburbs is now complete, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Premier Mark McGowan last week officially opening the extension.

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Corner of High Street and Mouat Street in Fremantle's West End

Fremantle's West End to be permanently heritage listed

FREMANTLE'S West End has become the largest single place to be permanently included in Western Australia's State Register of Heritage Places, with 250 buildings and 200,000 square metres of the tourism precinct to be protected and preserved.

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