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Construction will soon begin on the Perth Airport train station, with commuters able to enjoy the 18-minute trip to the CBD from late 2020.
The Forrestfield-Airport link includes three new stations — Belmont, Airport Central and Forrestfield, and tunnel boring will begin in late July.
The link is jointly funded by the state government with $1.37 billion and $490 million from the federal government.
Premier Mark McGowan says the new Forrestfield-Airport link is the top priority for his government’s Metronet rail plan for Perth.
The new Airport Central Station.Picture: Perth AirportDuring the successful election campaign, Labor promised to build the $474 million Thornlie line extension to Cockburn and the $386 million Joondalup line extension to Yanchep by 2021.
This article first appeared on thewest.com.au
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