Fix Traffic Congestion this Election
In a major victory for the Community Connect South (CCS) campaign, the Federal and State Governments in 2015 pledged to fund the widening of Armadale Road.
The Australian Government has committed $116 million, along with $29 million from the State, for the full duplication of Armadale Road (Anstey to Tapper).
Build Armadale Road Bridge
However, the job is only half done – we still need to obtain funds to link North Lake Road with Armadale Road via a bridge and freeway interchange (Armadale Road Bridge). Cost: $160 million.
Without this, the issue of traffic congestion and connectivity between Armadale, Jandakot, Cockburn, Fremantle and the rest of Perth will not improve.
Building the Armadale Road Bridge will help save $1 billion in avoidable congestion costs by 2020*.
3 new ways to access Cockburn Central train station
Building Armadale Road Bridge will also include the development of three new entry and exit points to the carparks east of Cockburn Central train station.