Extension of the proposed railway to Yanchep will serve existing and future residents in Perth’s expanding northwest corridor, encompassing the areas of Alkimos, Eglinton, the future strategic metropolitan centre of Yanchep. The objective of the project is to provide public transport to the northwest corridor that is integrated with the proposed land uses and will generate the development of high value urban land use forms and establish transport patterns that relies significantly on public transport.
TRACK PM ROLE
Track PM managed the planning and developed the Project Definition Plan for the Extension of the Joondalup Line from Butler to Yanchep.
• Integration of transport needs, transport system requirements and stakeholder objectives to optimise land use planning, operational and developmental outcomes.
• Agreed integrated transport and land use solutions at station sites;
• Detailed definition of infrastructure requirements;
• Development of robust program, cost and risk models;
• Widespread stakeholder support;
• A decision on the extension of the Joondalup line to Yanchep has been deferred until the completion of other scheduled projects.
Track PM customised it’s railways classification system to incorporate the specific asset management needs of the client. This approach developed a rigorous Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) at the planning stage, reducing the risk of an ill-defined scope. Additionally, this client centric approach enabled early stage mapping of the project into client recognised nomenclature and administrative frameworks to assist future integration with established organisational structures and operations.
Client: Public Transport Authority of Western Australia (PTA WA)
Type: Rail and bus infrastructure
Date: 2012 to 2013
Role: Management – Project Definition Planning
Value: $300 million