Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road Interchange
The intersection of Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road is heavily congested and has a higher than average number of crashes. It also reduces the efficiency of Roe Highway as a strategic freight route.
Almost 60,000 vehicles pass through this intersection each day, and up to 14 per cent of these are heavy vehicles. This upgrade will go a long way towards improving safety for residents in Kalamunda and the foothills of Perth.
This project involves:
- Construction of a grade-separated intersection at the Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road intersection including a new bridge, two roundabouts and on and off ramps
- Lowering Roe Highway to pass beneath Kalamunda Road. This will minimise noise and visual intrusion for the surrounding residential area
- Creation of a shared path on the eastern side of the highway and on Kalamunda Road, with local links for pedestrians and cyclists. The path will then extend to Berkshire Road and complete a missing link in the Shared Path network along Roe Highway
- New drainage, street lighting and other supplementary works