Swan River Crossings, Fremantle

In planningFuture

Building Fremantle’s new bridges to improve your journey across road, rail, cycling, walking, and boating. Construction due to start 2022.

Boat in the Swan River under two bridges

What’s happening

Planning and development continues on the Swan River Crossings Project, one of Fremantle’s most significant infrastructure projects, which will see the replacement of the Fremantle Traffic Bridge and construction of a rail bridge across the Swan River.

The alignment of the new crossings has now been confirmed, with construction of two new bridges (one road and one passenger rail) being built between the existing Fremantle Traffic Bridge and the existing rail bridge.

Our focus is now on developing the new bridge design, incorporating transport needs, urban design, heritage and future planning. 

Investigation into water, services, geotechnical conditions and road pavement will help inform the design development. These investigations are expected to be completed mid-2022.

Higher

and wider traffic bridge

Continuous

route for path users

Dedicated

passenger rail line

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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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