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Main Street - Frequently Asked Questions

Upon completion, a new tree-lined boulevard will connect Hayman Road to Ken Street, creating two new key entrances to the campus. A new Main Street will run south from Hockey WA to the Curtin Stadium, creating space for pop-up outlets and amenities for staff and students. Infrastructure will be delivered to service future student residential and village amenity developments.

In addition to the above, a new Bus Interchange will bring the Transperth service into the centre of the campus, improving Public Transport services for Curtin.

For cyclists, on-street cycle lanes will be provided, as well as connections to the shared path which traverses the University. This will improve accessibility for cyclists to and from the campus.

We anticipate works commencing right after exams at the end of November 2015 and be completed Semester 1 2017.

We would love to say no... however it is likely that during the construction period you may experience some disruptions when trying to access the northern part of campus. The contractor will keep access open to all existing facilities and services throughout the building process - however in peak times, road works are likely to create slow moving traffic causing some delays. We suggest you investigate other transport modes including Public Transport.

Absolutely, Curtin Stadium and Hockey WA will remain open throughout the works and we'll ensure access is maintained at all times. Car parks will also remain open, although access may adjust throughout the works. Clear directional signage will be provided to ensure you know where to park!

Yes, Car Parks B10, A2 and a portion of B4 will be demolished during the works to make way for the new roads and development sites. However, these bays will be replaced with new car parks constructed around the campus.

Yes, regular updates will be broadcast via "Project Broadcast" emails to our community to ensure awareness of progress and other disruptive works.