Mandurah plan

PROPOSALS for an 82 km outer-suburban rail link between Perth and Mandurah have been endorsed by the Western Australia state government. Costed at A$940m, the line would bypass the existing commuter line through Fremantle to serve the rapidly-growing southern outer suburbs of Kwinana, Rockingham and Mandurah.

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