Armadale Road to North Lake Road Bridge

We are building a new bridge over Kwinana Freeway to ease congestion and improve access. Construction began in late 2019 and will finish in late 2021.
Construction site for Armadale Road North Lake Bridge project

Overview

As part of this project, we will address congestion at the Kwinana Freeway, Armadale Road and Beeliar Drive interchange, Perth’s fifth most congested intersection by segregating heavy regional traffic from local road users. In doing so, it will effectively create a bypass around Cockburn Central Train Station and the Cockburn Gateway shopping centre.

The project will also provide a direct link between Armadale and North Lake roads, improve access to Kwinana Freeway and support residential and commercial expansion in Cockburn and Armadale.

Our works will include:

  • Construction of a new bridge over Kwinana Freeway, connecting Armadale Road and North Lake Road
  • Armadale Road upgraded from Tapper Road to Kwinana Freeway, passing over the intersection of Tapper Road with a new bridge, and under the intersection of Solomon Road via a trench structure
  • New north-facing on and off ramps at Kwinana Freeway.
  • Local roads reconfigured with two new roundabouts to maintain connectivity
  • Collector-distributor roads on both sides of the Kwinana Freeway from Berrigan Drive to Armadale Road
  • Modifications to the existing North Lake Road and Midgegooroo Avenue signalised intersection
  • Additional lanes and turning capacity added to the intersection of Armadale Road and Ghostgum Avenue to support ongoing residential growth in the suburbs of Calleya and Treeby

Reduce traffic congestion and support local expansion

Easier access to Cockburn Central Station

Complement other road improvements in the area

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Project Map

Armadale Road to North Lake Road Map
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Acknowledgement of country

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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