$531.7 millionTotal budget
Under ConstructionProject phase
Late 2019Start date
Late 2022End date
The Yanchep Rail Extension will deliver the last proposed section of the Joondalup Line from Butler to Yanchep.
The 14.5 kilometre extension is underway and will see new stations built at Alkimos, Eglinton and Yanchep. Butler Station will become a ‘through’ station.
The project will give more than 15,000 residents another transport option and will cut public transport journey times by at least 30 minutes from the city.
It is expected that the project will also help develop activity centres by stimulating new employment opportunities and long term residential and commercial purposes around the stations.
Road closure: Pipidinny Road, Eglinton (2 August 2021 to mid-2022)
The long-term temporary closure of Pipidinny Road between Marmion Avenue and Beonaddy Road, Eglinton will be in effect from 9am, Monday 2 August 2021.
The closure is required to ensure the safety of workers and road users during the construction of the road-over-rail bridge at Pipidinny Road, the widening of Pipidinny Road, and the installation of a new sewer line under Pipidinny Road to service Eglinton Station.
Road users will need to use Hester Avenue, Clarkson or Yanchep Beach Road, Yanchep to access Wanneroo Road and signage will be in place advising detours.
The closure will reduce the works period by 11 months and be safer for road users, residents and workers.
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Media releases8 July, 2020
$23 million Marmion Avenue dual carriageway to Yanchep complete
A key McGowan Government election commitment has been delivered in Perth's northern suburbs, with duplication works along 11.5km of Marmion Avenue from Butler to Yanchep now complete, providing a faster commute for drivers in the rapidly growing northern corridor of Perth.
Fact sheets9 September, 2019
Yanchep Rail Extension Fact Sheet
The 14.5 kilometre Joondalup Line extension is essential in managing the planned growth of Perth’s northern suburbs, addressing road congestion and creating the focus for progressive mixed use development that will provide local menity, services and employment.