Since buses operate on roads instead of dedicated tracks, they take longer and are affected by traffic. During the shutdown, we suggest that passengers allow extra travel time. The train replacement bus stops are recognisable by the red and white decals with “Train Replacement” marked on the stop. It is also important to note that regular timetabled services may not connect with train replacement services.
If you are unsure about where the train replacement stop is at your station, you can check our Station Access Maps or speak to one of our friendly staff.
Bikes and Scooters
Due to restricted space, bicycles are not permitted on Transperth buses, including train replacement services.
Manual scooters are permitted on bus services at any time. They are defined as those that are powered by foot, are manual and are not propelled by a motor. Motorised scooters are not permitted on bus services unless they fold up.
Motorised scooters are defined as powered by an electric motor, not fuel or other combustible liquids.
Please note that normal ticketing applies to all train replacement services.