Detailing the accessibility features of our train network.
Go to train station facilities.
The following stations are fully accessible from the platform area to the train entrance:
If the station you intend to use is not listed above, it means it has partial or limited access on the platform and from the platform onto the train. When you are planning your journey, you may contact Transperth staff for assistance.
Braille timetables are available on request. Please contact the Association for the Blind on 9311 8202 for more information.
Large format timetables
Large format timetables are available on request via the Transperth InfoLine.
Important phone numbers
Special assistance at train stations -
1800 800 022
TTY via the National Relay Service - 133 677
Speak and Listen - 1300 555 727
See our contact page for more information.
Should you require any help at one of our train stations, call 1800 800 022 one hour in advance of your arrival. We answer calls from first service to last service, seven days a week.
Help us help you.Please provide your name andSmartRider number (if applicable) below.
Go to Mobility Aids.
Go to Animals.
Communication Cards help you communicate with Transperth personnel. A communication card has two sections where you can write information.
When you enter a Transperth bus, show the driver your communication card.
You can obtain communication cards by contacting us or from any Transperth InfoCentre.