Elizabeth Quay railway station
Elizabeth Quay Railway Station, formerly known as Esplanade Station, serves the southern end of Perth's central business district including Elizabeth Quay and the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. It is part of the Transperth network.
Elizabeth Quay (Esplanade) Station was built as part of the New MetroRail project. Construction began in 2004 with the station opening under the name Esplanade station on 15 October 2007, as the terminus of the Joondalup line. On 23 December 2007, the Mandurah line opened and through services commenced. On 31 January 2016, Esplanade station and the Esplanade Busport were renamed to Elizabeth Quay railway station and Elizabeth Quay Bus Station at an estimated combined cost of $700,000. The opposition Labor Party criticised the costs given the state's poor finances.
Elizabeth Quay station has the following platform configuration:
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- Esplanade Station New MetroRail
- William Street (South) closes Monday April 19 to begin Esplanade station works Transperth 15 April 2004
- Perth CBD's first underground train station in operation ABC News 15 October 2007
- Annual Report for year ended 30 June 2008 Public Transport Authority
- 1500 take first railway trip to Mandurah The West Australian 23 December 2007
- Kagi, Jacob (16 December 2015). "WA Government attacked for costly renaming of Elizabeth Quay bus and train station". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. ABC News. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
- Joondalup Line Timetable Transperth 31 January 2016
- Mandurah Line timetable Archived 28 February 2016 at the Wayback Machine Transperth 31 January 2016
- Station map New MetroRail