November 2018 update
News Articles | 19 November 2018

November 2018 update

November has seen a high volume of concrete works taking place across our construction sites.

October 2018 update
News Articles | 25 October 2018

October 2018 update

TBM Grace has made good progress in the last month and has now tunnelled 44 per cent of the entire tunnel length between Forrestfield and Bayswater Junction.

Sinkhole forms above tunnel cross-passage
Media Statements | 23 September 2018

Sinkhole forms above tunnel cross-passage

At 1pm on Saturday September 22 a leak developed in a cross passage between the two Forrestfield-Airport Link tunnels, causing a sinkhole to form at the surface.

September 2018 update
News Articles | 14 September 2018

September 2018 update

Earlier this month both tunnel boring machines (TBMs) reached another milestone, having now built a third of the entire length of the tunnels between Forrestfield and Bayswater Junction.

Multi-deck car park for Forrestfield Station METRONET precinct
Media Statements | 11 September 2018

Multi-deck car park for Forrestfield Station METRONET precinct

The McGowan Government will provide a multi-deck car park at the future Forrestfield Station to open up space for a future METRONET precinct.

Forrestfield multi-deck car park fact sheet
Fact Sheets | 11 September 2018

Forrestfield multi-deck car park fact sheet

To meet demand for parking, a multi-deck car park accommodating 1200 cars will be built near Forrestfield Station

Road realignment paves way for future Forrestfield METRONET precinct
Media Statements | 30 August 2018

Road realignment paves way for future Forrestfield METRONET precinct

The realigned Dundas Road in Forrestfield is now open to traffic.

August 2018 update
News Articles | 20 August 2018

August 2018 update

After leaving the Airport Central Station box in June, tunnel boring machine (TBM) Grace has hit another milestone tunnelling a total of 2.5km from the dive structure in Forrestfield.

Pipe connector failure on tunnel one
Media Statements | 4 August 2018

Pipe connector failure on tunnel one

Around noon on Friday August 3 a pipe connector for a high-pressure air pipe in one of the Forrestfield-Airport Link tunnels failed, releasing fresh air into the tunnel.

 

 

Environment and heritage fact sheet
Fact Sheets | 27 July 2018

Environment and heritage fact sheet

One of the benefits of building the new Forrestfield line underground is the reduced footprint and impact to the natural environment, local residents and businesses.

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