EastLink WA Planning and Development

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EastLink WA will transform Perth's transport network with significant upgrades to Reid and Roe Highways, and an upgraded and new route to Northam. The project is currently in the planning and development phase. This is the place where we'll engage the community on specific issues and at key milestones.

Thanks for your contributions

Between January and June 2022, the community provided feedback across several aspects of planning with a focus on the access and connectivity of the proposed highway and adjacent road network. We invited feedback on:

  • What's important to the community through our community survey
  • The access point locations (Phase 1 interactive map)
  • Highway connectivity (Phase 2 interactive map); and
  • How the community use and experience the Kep Track.

Thank you to those who provided feedback here on My Say Transport, in-person at our drop-in sessions and through our project enquiries channels.

We received feedback about a range of factors, reflecting diverse views within the community which is now being considered alongside environmental, heritage, engineering, and land-use constraints and requirements to refine the Access Strategy and ultimate design concepts for the highway.

You can now view the ‘What we’ve heard summary’ on the EastLink WA website which brings together the community insights received through this consultation phase. Here you an also view our latest information sheets which answer some of the community's common questions on the benefits and access and connectivity from EastLink WA.

EastLink WA will transform Perth's transport network with significant upgrades to Reid and Roe Highways, and an upgraded and new route to Northam. The project is currently in the planning and development phase. This is the place where we'll engage the community on specific issues and at key milestones.

Thanks for your contributions

Between January and June 2022, the community provided feedback across several aspects of planning with a focus on the access and connectivity of the proposed highway and adjacent road network. We invited feedback on:

  • What's important to the community through our community survey
  • The access point locations (Phase 1 interactive map)
  • Highway connectivity (Phase 2 interactive map); and
  • How the community use and experience the Kep Track.

Thank you to those who provided feedback here on My Say Transport, in-person at our drop-in sessions and through our project enquiries channels.

We received feedback about a range of factors, reflecting diverse views within the community which is now being considered alongside environmental, heritage, engineering, and land-use constraints and requirements to refine the Access Strategy and ultimate design concepts for the highway.

You can now view the ‘What we’ve heard summary’ on the EastLink WA website which brings together the community insights received through this consultation phase. Here you an also view our latest information sheets which answer some of the community's common questions on the benefits and access and connectivity from EastLink WA.

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Phase 2: Highway connectivity

7 months