Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal: Public space design concepts consultation

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METRONET welcomes your feedback to help design parks and public spaces in and around new elevated rail and train stations as part of the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.

Our vision is to create a new city park over 7kms, which will bring back nature-based parklands and reconnect communities across the rail line.

In our early planning, we asked the community to help us shape the public space design principles. With this feedback, the project team has now developed some early design concepts. Before we go any further, we’d like to understand more about how you might use and enjoy these new parks and public spaces.

Participating in our consultation activities will help us ensure we meet your community’s needs. Your feedback will inform the next design phase.

Please review the Documents Library on this page including the Oat St Package and Wharf St Package Design Concepts, our guiding design drivers and principles, and the Community Reference Group Feedback Summaries from recent design concept workshops.

On this page you can:

  • Do the community poll to give an overall rating on the early design concepts.
  • Complete our survey to let us know how you most want to use and enjoy public spaces in and around elevated rail.
  • Place a pin to help us decide where new access points for the public open space should go.
  • Got a question on other aspects about the design of the public open space? – use the Q&A tool.

Find more information on the project website or give us call on 9326 3666.

Resister for project updates here.

By completing a METRONET engagement survey, you agree to receive updates from METRONET about products and services, promotions, special offers, and news and events.

METRONET welcomes your feedback to help design parks and public spaces in and around new elevated rail and train stations as part of the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.

Our vision is to create a new city park over 7kms, which will bring back nature-based parklands and reconnect communities across the rail line.

In our early planning, we asked the community to help us shape the public space design principles. With this feedback, the project team has now developed some early design concepts. Before we go any further, we’d like to understand more about how you might use and enjoy these new parks and public spaces.

Participating in our consultation activities will help us ensure we meet your community’s needs. Your feedback will inform the next design phase.

Please review the Documents Library on this page including the Oat St Package and Wharf St Package Design Concepts, our guiding design drivers and principles, and the Community Reference Group Feedback Summaries from recent design concept workshops.

On this page you can:

  • Do the community poll to give an overall rating on the early design concepts.
  • Complete our survey to let us know how you most want to use and enjoy public spaces in and around elevated rail.
  • Place a pin to help us decide where new access points for the public open space should go.
  • Got a question on other aspects about the design of the public open space? – use the Q&A tool.

Find more information on the project website or give us call on 9326 3666.

Resister for project updates here.

By completing a METRONET engagement survey, you agree to receive updates from METRONET about products and services, promotions, special offers, and news and events.

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Access and connection points

3 months

With level crossings removed, fences down and public open space opening up in and around new elevated stations along 7kms of linear parklands, we need to consider the best possible locations for access, crossing and connection points that cater for pedestrians, cyclists, public transport passengers, schools, businesses and community, who need to move, operate and reside along the Armadale line.

Drag and drop a pin where you think the most suitable places might be for:

  • Key connections: Connecting key facilities you need to easily access on either side of the railway (ie: shops, schools, leisure centres)
  • Walking/cycling crossing points: Places to safely cross at key intersections.
  • Station car parking access: Which side of the rail line should train station car park access be?

Click on the marker + symbol. Drag and drop the relevant coloured pins onto the map in and around the project area. Remember to give us your reasons for putting your pins in these spots in the comments box. 

Page last updated: 01 Sep 2022, 10:25 AM