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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Community engagement

Building strong relationships with our customers and the community is a fundamental part of our culture and business practice

Community engagement

We offer a range of programs and campaigns designed to raise awareness of services, initiatives and projects to help Western Australians make the most of their public transport network.

Transperth community education program

Transperth’s Get on Board program focusses on informing community groups, workplaces, seniors groups, schools, and universities about using Transperth services.

The aim of the program is to create better-educated and more confident users of our public transport system.

For further information about Get on Board, visit the Transperth website or contact a Transperth Education Officer on 9326 3970 or email education@transperth.wa.gov.au

Right Track program

Our Right Track program is all about safer travel and focusses on educating young people about a range of public transport safety issues.

The free program is designed for 10-to-17 year olds and is delivered to schools and youth groups. It encourages young passengers to become more responsible for their own safety and to make positive choices on and around our public transport system.

For further information, visit the Right Track website or contact the Right Track Communications Officer on 9326 2055 or email therighttrack@pta.wa.gov.au

Infrastructure projects

Working with stakeholders and the community is key to helping us deliver an efficient transport system for Western Australia.

While undertaking transport planning and projects, we always aim for public participation through meaningful communications and engagement opportunities.

For information about our infrastructure projects, or to register for project updates, visit our projects page.


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