METRONET is the long term blueprint to connect our suburbs, reduce road congestion and meet Perth's future planning needs.
The job-creating program will see approximately 72 kilometres of new passenger rail and up to 18 new stations built, which will act as a catalyst for land-use change in more than 5,000 hectares within walking distance of the new stations.
A team of rail and land-use specialists from across WA Government agencies is working together to consider what people need for work, living and recreation within these future urban centres with public transport at its heart.
The Western Australian Planning Commission and the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage are playing a key role in this, particularly around station precinct planning, to ensure each place is planned to develop appropriately for the people who will make it their home.
The Commission is also working to ensure local planning frameworks support the delivery of METRONET and align with Government objectives.
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