Work starts on $155m Mandurah link road

Work begins on $155 million Mandurah Entrance Road, linking Mandurah and Perth

Work has begun on the $155 million Mandurah Entrance Road, which will provide a link between Mandurah and the soon to be completed Kwinana Freeway extension south of Perth.

The project, a joint initiative between the Western Australian and federal governments, has been in the pipeline for a number of years and will be vital for the WA transport route, according to State Minister for Transport Simon O’Brien.

"This project is the result of many years of strategic planning and will provide a safe and efficient link between Mandurah and the Kwinana Freeway extension, which will open later this month," O’Brien says.

In total 5km will be shaved of the time taken to travel between Mandurah and the freeway, when it opens next year.

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