• Sod Turned on METRONET’s Lakelands Station

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Sod Turned on METRONET’s Lakelands Station

Alongside the transport local ministers and ADCO’s WA State Manager James Prattent, Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has helped turn first sod on WA’s METRONET Lakelands Station to celebrate the commencement of construction.

The Lakelands Station will be built seven kilometres north of Mandurah Station and will service the growing suburbs of Lakelands, Madora Bay, Meadow Springs and surrounding areas. The design of the station is inspired by local natural features like the wetlands, Serpentine River, Yalbanberup Pool and Paganoni Lake.

Construction teams will build a new station, including an entry building with a pedestrian overpass connecting the train platforms, bus interchange, 400-bay car park and associated infrastructure set to rise on the site.

Expected to open in 2023, the new station aims to alleviate the pressure on the nearby Mandurah and Warnbro Stations on the busy Mandurah line.

The project, which is jointly funded by the WA State and Commonwealth Governments is expected to support more than 200 jobs.




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