Great Eastern Highway Bypass Interchanges

Roe Highway; Abernethy Road

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Upgrading two major interchanges at Roe Highway and Abernethy Road, extending Lloyd St and constructing a new bridge over Helena River.

Intersection at Roe Highway and GEH Bypass

What's happening

Lloyd Street Bridge update

Main Roads and the City of Swan will shortly enter discussions with Traditional Owners to explore the viability of a new alignment for the Lloyd Street Bridge. A recent proposal submitted by Traditional Owners would relocate the bridge further west, to a narrower crossing of the Helena River, loosely following the footprint of the old Whiteman Road bridge that was demolished in 2002. Subject to the outcome of these discussions, further site investigation and project development activity could take place.

Read more in the latest Media Statement

Scope

Scope

  • Two major interchanges at: Great Eastern Highway Bypass and Roe Highway, and Great Eastern Highway Bypass and Abernethy Road.
  • An extension of Lloyd Street from its current end point to the south of Clayton Street to the Great Eastern Highway Bypass, including a new bridge over the Helena River.
  • Upgrades to the Great Eastern Highway Bypass, including the removal of the existing intersection at Stirling Crescent.
  • Upgrades to parts of Abernethy Road.
  • Upgrade of Roe Highway between Talbot Road and Clayton Street, including a bridge duplication over Helena River.
  • Completion of the 30 km shared path network on Roe Highway between Great Eastern Highway and Kwinana Freeway.
  • Modification of existing utilities and services to enable construction.
  • Landscaping.

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The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

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