The Public Transport Authority (PTA) has launched a trial of free wi-fi for passengers at specific locations across the Transperth network.

The trial will start at Elizabeth Quay and Subiaco stations and on board two buses predominantly operating on the high-frequency Route 950.

Two B-series trains, which operate on the Joondalup and Mandurah lines, will begin providing free wi-fi by the end of the year, with all locations operating for eight weeks from this point.

All free wi-fi zones will be clearly marked:

We encourage all passengers within these zones to connect to the free network and provide feedback on their experience.

More information about the project can be found at the PTA website.

We appreciate all feedback during this trial phase via the surveyour online feedback form, the InfoLine on 13 62 13 or by emailing 

Terms and Conditions of Use – Transperth Free Wi-Fi Service

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I connect to the free wi-fi?

How you access the Transperth free wi-fi depends on your device. Some devices will automatically provide you with a list of wi-fi options to select from when you enter the free wi-fi zone. On other devices you will need to open the Available Wireless Network Connection list and select the relevant wi-fi option. To connect to the Transperth wi-fi, select the Transperth wi-fi trial option on your device.

You will need to read and accept the terms and conditions before you can connect to the Transperth free wi-fi upon first use.

2. How do I provide feedback?

You can complete the survey or feedback form. You can also provide feedback via the InfoLine on 13 62 13 or emailing

3. How much can I download?

Each passenger may be allocated a limit of 150MB per device in a 24 hour period.

4. What can I do if I am having problems connecting to the free wi-fi?

If you are having technical issues with the free wi-fi, please submit feedback through the online feedback form or by emailing

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