The train line, which extends from Bayswater Station to Forrestfield, is proposed to be constructed underground within the existing Brearley Avenue reserve before travelling underneath Perth Airport to Forrestfield. More information on the project may be found at the Forrestfield-Airport Link web site.
Redcliffe Station is currently under construction within the former Brearley Avenue road reserve, just north-west of the former Dunreath Drive/Brearley Avenue intersection.
For further information refer please refer to the Forrestfield-Airport Link web site.
The State Government is continuing work on the construction of the Forrestfield-Airport Link which includes the construction of a passenger rail station in Redcliffe. Whilst this project was aimed for completion August 2020, the State Government recently announced that the project will be delayed under the second half of 2021.
Yes, it is proposed that bus services throughout the area will connect with the train station.
At this stage Transperth has not confirmed which routes will be used by the bus network to connect with the station precinct, however the project team will ensure that any roads that are used are designed to safely cater for bus movements.
Additional roads will be opened throughout the project area. The staging of road openings will depend upon the traffic demands and safety considerations, and the opening of some roads will be contingent upon the relocation of Qantas from the current domestic terminal to the 'Airport Central' terminal after 2020.
Development Area 6 (DA6) is an area located in Redcliffe which is bounded by Tonkin Highway, Great Eastern Highway, Coolgardie Avenue, Redcliffe Road, Fauntleroy Avenue and Perth Airport. The City's Local Planning Scheme No. 15 identifies DA6 as a precinct requiring comprehensive planning and the coordination of subdivision and development through structure planning.
The preparation of the Activity Centre Plan will generally be guided by the adopted Vision Plan, but it will address technical and detailed planning considerations including:
The Development Area 6 Vision Plan identifies large portions of the former Brearley Avenue road reserve to be developed as public open space for use by the local community. The precise quantity, configuration and design of future public open space areas will be determined through the preparation of an Activity Centre Plan over the precinct.
The draft design for the train station precinct includes a piazza style public space, which would include alfresco areas, public art, public seating and provide opportunity for market stalls and public events.
The project is focused on mixed use development and medium to high density residential development, including apartments and townhouses, shops, cafes, restaurants, offices and other commercial businesses.
Metronet is an integrated transport and land use framework that will support growth of the Perth metropolitan region over the next 50 to 100 years. Metronet Stage 1 includes approximately 70 kilometres of new passenger rail and up to 18 new stations. Stage 1 includes the Forrestfield Airport Link and Redcliffe Station. Metronet will be involved in ensuring the Redcliffe Station precinct is planned, designed and developed in accordance with Design WA policy framework. All relevant scheme amendments, structure plans and development applications will be referred to the Metronet office for comment.
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