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Building For Tomorrow

Billions of dollars have been invested in major transport infrastructure projects across WA to keep pace with our growing population and deliver thousands of jobs for Western Australians.

How we are Building For Tomorrow

Around 80 major rail, road, coastal and cycling projects will be in planning or under construction over the next two years and will collectively improve WA’s transport network.

  • 73 kilometres

    of passenger rail to be constructed

  • $2.5 billion

    invested in roads across regional WA

  • More than 150 kilometres

    of cycle paths to be added to WA's transport network

  • 1000's of jobs

    created through construction

  • $400 million

    invested in Perth’s freeways

  • 18 rail stations

    to be established across Perth

  • 4 level crossings

    scheduled for removal

  • 246 new rail cars

    to be built in WA

  • 8 marine facilities

    to receive upgrades in metro and regional areas

WA's transport infrastructure is getting a major upgrade

Every construction sign is a sign of great things to come.

  • Better connected

    We're making WA more connected than ever before. New train stations and bike paths, modern marina facilities and safer roads all working together to connect communities.

  • More local opportunities

    These projects will provide short-term economic benefits to the State including local employment, apprenticeships and contracts for WA businesses.

  • Thanks for your patience

    We are working hard to coordinate construction works and minimise disruptions, but while construction is underway, thanks for your patience WA.

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Disruptions

There will be some disruption while these projects are under construction.

The WA Government’s transport agencies - Main Roads Western Australia, Department of Transport, METRONET, the Public Transport Authority and Transperth, will endeavour to coordinate works and minimise the impact as much as possible.

View disruptions on project map