Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road Interchange

One of the last signalised intersections on Roe Highway was removed and replaced by a new interchange.
Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road <em>Interchange</em>

This project involved:

  • 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
What's happening

Project formally opens to traffic

The project formally opened to traffic on 21 September 2021, with remaining traffic management removed and all lanes now in operation. The result has been immediate congestion relief, improved journey times and better safety outcomes at what had previously been one of Perth's busiest intersections.

More than 3km of shared path was constructed as part of this project, which offers better connectivity for pedestrians and cyclists between Forrestfield, Maida Vale and High Wycombe. A plaque was unveiled marking completion of the $86 million project. For more information, view the joint media statement
Roe Kalamunda - new map.jpg
Click image to enlarge (PDF)

Subscribe to
project updates

Subscribe to our email list for the latest project updates and announcements.

Subscribe

Page last reviewed:  | Last updated: 

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.

Tell us what you think

Help us improve our website by sharing your thoughts and suggestions.

Provide feedback