Midland Line closure October 27 – 29
To continue upgrading the new East Perth Station, buses will replace trains during a two-day closure of the Midland Line during October.
The closure will take place from the evening of Friday October 27 until Sunday October 29.
- All Midland Line passengers will be impacted by the closure.
- All stations between Perth and Midland will be closed.
- Train replacement bus services will operate during the closure.
Perth Stadium Transport Infrastructure Testing – Saturday 21 October – 3pm to 11pm
On Saturday 21 October, the Public Transport Authority (PTA) will be testing the new rail infrastructure by running a special event train service for a simulated Perth Stadium event.
The trains will run from approximately 3pm and will move into the various stow tracks at Burswood and Victoria Park to simulate a pre-event service. From approximately 8.30pm, they will simulate a post-event service and will move from the stow roads to Perth Stadium Station and then onto Perth and Armadale. This service will be an operational test only with no passengers involved.
Part of the test will include closing Moore Street level crossing due to the increased volume of trains passing through the crossing. A road closure will be in place at Moore Street level crossing during the test. East of the level crossing, access to Royal Perth Hospital and its multi-story car park will be maintained. West of the level crossing Pier Street will be closed just south of James Street. Traffic management and detours will be in place during the closure.
Pedestrians will also be unable to use the Moore Street level crossing during the closure. The nearest alternative pedestrian access across the rail is east via the McIver Station underpass, or west at Barrack Street.
Please see below a map of the temporary closures.
Moore St level crossing temporary closure map
East Perth Station Upgrade – October Out-Of-Hours Works
2 October 2017
To continue work on the East Perth Station Upgrade, out-of-hours work is required as follows:
- Sunday 8 October, 7am to 7pm;
- Sunday 8 to Thursday 12 October, 7pm to 7am each night;
- Friday 13 to Thursday 19 October, 7pm to 7am each night;
- Sunday 22 October, 7am to 7pm;
- Monday 23 to Friday 27 October, 7pm to 7am each night;
- Sunday 29 October, 7am to 7pm; and
- Saturday 28 to Monday 30 October, 7pm to 7am each night.
This work is required to take place during these hours to prevent excessive disruption to Midland Line services and ensure the safety of passengers and the general public.
The works will involve:
- Installing platform walls, foundations and steel;
- Removing spoil material and reinstating ballast within the rail corridor;
- Continuing earth works and loading material into the rail reserve;
- Installing concourse screens, roofing, glazing and ceilings;
- Installing the island canopy;
- Conducting signal testing;
- Re-railing, regulating and tamping the track; and
- Installing overhead line.
All work will follow an approved Noise Management Plan, however some noise and disturbance is unavoidable.
Standard construction hours are 7am to 7pm, Monday to Saturday. During out-of-hours works, if you feel there is excessive noise please contact the Site Supervisor directly on 0428 358 569. This allows them to immediately review the source of the noise and if possible, put mitigation measures in place.