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THE State Government is planning the removal of all six level crossings between Victoria Park and Beckenham on the Armadale train line.
The Government has allocated $17.5 million for the planning and design of the projects in the 2019-20 State Budget.
In 2017, the McGowan Government was elected with a commitment to remove three level crossings on the Armadale line – Oats Street, Wharf Street and Denny Avenue.
A tender for removal of the first level crossing at Denny Avenue in Kelmscott is about to be released, with construction to get underway later this year.
The METRONET team has been undertaking preliminary planning for the removal of the Oats Street and Wharf Street level crossings.
This work identified that the removal of all the level crossings on the inner Armadale Line, from Victoria Park to Beckenham, could be considered to get the best planning and public transport solution.
This would involve the removal of six level crossings, between Mint Street in East Victoria Park through to William Street in Beckenham.
This article first appeared on www.communitynews.com.au
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