$100.6 millionTotal budget
The Denny Avenue Level Crossing in Kelmscott was the first crossing to be removed under the METRONET Level Crossing Removal program.
The crossing was permanently closed on 1 April 2021 and major works on this project are now complete.
Davis Road has been widened from two to four lanes and a new east/west underpass, constructed 170 metres south of the existing location, is open to traffic.
Public art, landscaping and other finishing touches are being added.
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Media releases8 October, 2020
METRONET creating local jobs and supporting local businesses
The McGowan Government is building for tomorrow with an unprecedented $5.7 billion invested in METRONET projects across Perth's suburbs, creating thousands of local jobs and providing opportunities for local businesses.
Media releases16 June, 2020
Bye, bye boom gates - transformational plan released for Armadale Line
Western Australia's next METRONET project is steaming ahead with a package of works, including elevated rail and new station builds, proposals to remove dangerous level crossings and create new community and commercial spaces.
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