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WA's transport infrastructure is getting a major upgrade, with some projects currently in planning, many underway and others completed. It might mean a few delays, but every construction sign is a sign of great things to come.
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What Building For Tomorrow means for you
- More transport options
- Improved travel times and better transport experience
- Safer and better connections to areas of Perth and regional WA
- Jobs for Western Australians
to be built in WA
to be established in Perth
additional cycle pathways
to be created throughout construction
invested in regional roads across WA
facilities upgraded across the State
With more than 80 transport infrastructure projects in planning or currently under construction, find out what is happening in your area by viewing our list of projects.See all projects
Latest news and updates
Featured news and project updates relevant to Western Australians.
Building for Tomorrow program a key feature of economic recovery
The McGowan Government is building Western Australia's economy back-up from the pandemic by embarking on Building for Tomorrow, the biggest transport infrastructure program WA has seen.Read more about Building for Tomorrow program a key feature of economic recovery
PCEC transforms into pop-up bus station for Mandurah Line Shutdown
The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) will transform into a major pop-up bus station to help commuters get around when the Mandurah Train Line closes for 20 days to facilitate major works on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
Congestion relief for Cockburn with opening of new bridge over Kwinana Freeway
A program of congestion relief in Perth's southern suburbs has reached a major milestone with the opening of the Armadale Road to North Lake Road Bridge over Kwinana Freeway, slashing travel times by more than six minutes.