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The final B series train (set 126) is due to enter service next week: https://metronet.wa.gov.au/news-info/news/category/railcar-program/final-b-series-railcar-delivered

Also, the Midland line (and ...

Have noticed some unusual weekday B set workings of late e.g. there's been one on the Freo/Midland line today (including peak time expresses) and on the Armadale and Thornlie lines a couple of days ag ...

Project Definition Plans for these lines have now been finalised:

[quote=Metronet Website]

WA Cabinet have endorsed the project definition plans for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and Yanchep Rail Ext ...

If anything there are actually fewer services today on the Fremantle and Midland lines than there were ten years ago, though sensibly so IMO given the extra services back then weren't to increase freq ...

Does anyone have any info on the progress of the FAL TBMs , or ongoing lack thereof?
LL10194


Both had restarted as of last Tuesday: http://forrestfieldairportlink.wa.gov.au/tunnelling/ ...

Posting here as this also is related to the Forrestfield Airport Link:

http://www.metronet.wa.gov.au/projects/claremont

Claremont station will be upgraded to support 6 carriage trains and meet D ...

[quote=steve_w_1990 (in October last year)]B series railcar BET6104 still away for repairs in Queensland, other than that, all railcars from the third order have been delivered and are in service. [/q ...

From the Queensland section:

[quote=Sulla1]The latest series of Perth B sets began on March 2nd, with Downer's DH73 delivering the first set to Maryborough West plus six HO wagons carrying bogies. ...

Does anyone know how the extra services for the Royal Show compare?
LL10194
Typically the Royal Show would see half the frequency of what was provided for the stadium open day i.e. 4 Fre ...

Posted 16 Nov 2017 19:49 in Western Australia by Mouse

Looks like this is the presentation from that briefing: jtsi.wa.gov.au/docs/default-source/metronet-presentations/public-transport-authority-(pta).pdf?sfvrsn=12

In a nutshell:

[ul][li]It looks lik ...

But did any level crossings get removed last time Perth suburban was upgraded, which was during electrification?
"Myrtone"

I'm not aware of any that were replaced during electrificat ...

Denny Avenue grade separation was funded in the last federal and state budgets as part of the Perth Freight Link cancellation - Main Roads has a fact sheet at https://www.mainroads.wa.gov.au/Documents ...

Would Perth to Bunbury be the busiest regional route on the WA network?
"x31"

It traditionally was but years of declining patronage have seen it recently overtaken by the route to Ka ...

Tunnel boring has commenced: http://www.forrestfieldairportlink.wa.gov.au/news-resources/display-article/tunnelling-begins-on-forrestfield-airport-link

Work is also now well underway on earthworks  ...

My observations for Sundays have usually been 2 car A sets on the express services (typically upgraded to 4 car sets if there are major events on) and 4 car As on the all stations runs.

Edit: from  ...

B sets have been running to Armadale this afternoon.

Airport Central station:

https://thewest.com.au/news/wa/construction-to-begin-on-perths-airport-rail-line-ng-b88489716z

[quote=jayrail]

throw in the plan of a circle line around Perth metro??wo ...

Posted 17 Apr 2017 18:33 in Western Australia by Mouse

The first train to Perth will depart at 10:56am this Sunday.

New Mandurah timetable: http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/timetablepdfs/Mandurah%20Line%2020170423.pdf - there are no changes to the rest  ...

Posted 15 Mar 2017 00:28 in Trainz General Discussions by Mouse

Trainz A New Era (commonly "TANE") is the current mainstream version while Trainz 12 is the previous one. TANE most notably has better graphics capabilities than previous versions (although older cont ...

There's an extract from a 1989 Armadale Line timetable included at 10:55 in the following video:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG1xySQP470

Basically there's a train approximately every 7 minut ...

Word from the Skyscrapercity forum (http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=896898&page=956#post137943587) is that they're looking at an additional dock platform to the north of the current isl ...

Posted 20 Jan 2017 01:32 in Western Australia by Mouse

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