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Proposed Bus Service Changes

We are inviting the public to comment on proposed changes to the following routes:

  • Routes 210, 211, 517 and 567
  • New Routes 233, 338, 523 and 544

New Route 523 - Cockburn Central Station and Treeby

Route 523 would operate between Cockburn Central Station and Treeby. 

This new service would see the Transperth network expand to Treeby for the first time.

Route 523 is proposed to operate seven days a week at the following times:

  • Every 15 minutes during weekday peak periods
  • Every 60 minutes during off peak weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Services would be timed to formally connect with trains at Cockburn Central Station.

View a map of the proposed new Route 523.

Take the survey at mysaytransport.wa.gov.au.

New Route 544 - Kwinana and Wellard Station

Route 544 would operated between Kwinana Station and Wellard Station, via Bertram & Wellard.

This new service would see the Transperth network provide more convenient public transport access for The Village at Wellard, Emerald Park and Providence estates.

New Route 544 is proposed to operate seven days a week at the following times:

  • Every 20 minutes during weekday peak periods
  • Every 60 minutes during weekday off peak periods
  • Every 60 minutes during the day on Saturdays and Sundays.

Services would be timed to formally connect with trains at Kwinana Station.

New Route 544 would operate a coordinated service with existing Route 543 along Johnson Rd, increasing service frequency for Bertram residents at the following times:

  • Every 10-20 minutes during weekday peak periods
  • Every 30 minutes during weekday off peak periods
  • Every 30 minutes during the day on Saturdays and Sundays.

View a map of the proposed new Route 544.

Take the survey at mysaytransport.wa.gov.au

New Route 233 and changes to Routes 210, 211 and 517

Route 233 would operate between Gosnells and Cockburn Central stations, via Southern River, Harrisdale and Piara Waters. To facilitate the introduction of this new route, changes would be made to routes 210 and 211 in Gosnells and Route 517 in Southern River.

New Route 233

The proposed new bus route provides a more convenient public transport option for residents of Southern River, Harrisdale and Piara Waters by increasing connections to the Transperth network, including improved access to Cockburn Central Station.

It is proposed the route will operate seven days a week at the following times:

  • Every 15 minutes during weekday peak periods
  • Every 60 minutes during off peak weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Services would be timed to formally connect with train services at Gosnells Station, with every effort being made to also provide convenient transfers at Cockburn Central Station.

There is also an alternative route which would operate via Aspiri Prom, instead of Armadale Rd, taking between three to five minutes longer.

Changes to Routes 210 & 211

To reduce overlap with the proposed Route 233 and in order to make routes 210 and 211 more direct and improve community access in areas not currently well served by public transport, Transperth is proposing to make the following route changes:

  • Route 210 would travel a more direct path along Fremantle Rd to Gosnells Station. The service would no longer travel along George, Crandon, King or Eudoria Streets, or Stalker Rd. Residents currently boarding services at these locations would need to use routes 231 or 232 or board along Fremantle Rd (between George and Wheatley St). We anticipate that residents of north western Gosnells will benefit from improved public transport access.
  • Route 211 would travel a more direct path to Gosnells Station travelling along Corfield St before joining Dorothy St, and would no longer travel along Anaconda Dr or Compton Rd. Residents currently boarding services at these locations would need to either:
    • Use routes 231 or 232
    • Board along Corfield St on the revised Route 211
    • Board along Southern River Rd on the proposed Route 233.

There are no proposed changes to where the current routes 231 and 232 operate.

Change to Route 517

The introduction of Route 233 and increasing residential development in the area requires a change to Route 517 in Southern River. Route 517 is currently operating on a temporary route through Southern River, awaiting completion of the road network east of Park Lake.

It is proposed that Route 517 will operate north of Park Lake (along Castlewood Pkwy, Didcot and Balfour Streets), providing a more convenient option for residents closer to Bletchley Park and Southern Grove Primary Schools. Residents south of Park Lake will be served by the new Route 233 on Southern River Rd.

Deviations to Southern River College would continue to operate, however will do so within the new route.

View a map of the proposed new Route 233 and changes to Routes 210, 211 and 517.

Take the survey at mysaytransport.wa.gov.au.

New Route 338 - Henley Brook Bus Station and Ellenbrook Town Centre

Route 338 would operate between Henley Brook Bus Station and the Ellenbrook Town Centre, via Aveley East. 

This new route would provide a more convenient public transport option for Aveley residents, east of the existing Route 337.

The service is proposed to operate Monday to Saturday at the following times:

  • Every 20 minutes during weekday peak periods
  • Every 60 minutes during off peak weekdays and on Saturdays.

Services would be timed to formally connect with Route 955 buses to Bassendean Station at Henley Brook Bus Station.

View a map of the proposed new Route 338.

Take the survey at mysaytransport.wa.gov.au.

Extension of Route 567

The extension would see Route 567 extend from its current termination point on Heritage Park Dr to Sixty Eight Rd in Baldivis. We currently operate a limited number of School Day only trips to Sixty Eight Rd. 

This change would see the Transperth network provide more convenient public transport access for Brightwood and Paramount estates.

There is no change to frequency or operating hours, with Route 567 continuing to operate at the following times:

  • Every 20 minutes during weekday peak periods
  • Every 60 minutes during the day, on Saturdays and Sundays.

Buses would formally connect with train services at Warnbro Station.

View a map of the proposed extension to Route 567.

Please note, Route 566 will continue to terminate on Heritage Park Dr until further developments of the road network west of Baldivis Rd.

Take the survey at mysaytransport.wa.gov.au.

Feedback is open until 5.00pm on Friday 4 December 2020.

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