The program is committed to increasing bike and motorcycle shelter capacity to meet growing demand.
The total number of bike parking spaces currently available across the network is more than 3100, with 1500 of these spaces now in secured Lock ‘n’ Ride bike shelters.
Free access to Lock ‘n’ Ride bike shelters requires a SmartRider card which has been registered for a designated shelter.
Remember, a good bike lock (such as a D Lock) is essential to deter thieves, even when using the bike shelters. To register your bike, visit Transperth online.
2017 Bike and motorcycle shelter upgrades – July to November
These upgrades will increase the total number of secure bike spaces by 248, and motorcycle bays by 104, at the following stations:
- Joondalup Line: Butler, Currambine, Joondalup, Stirling and Greenwood
- Midland Line: Bassendean and East Perth
- Mandurah Line: Canning Bridge and Murdoch
- Armadale Line: Thornlie, Kelmscott and Armadale
- Fremantle Line: Fremantle
2017/18 Bike and motorcycle shelter upgrades – December to May
These upgrades will increase the total number of secure bike spaces by approximately 380, at the following stations:
- Joondalup Line: Currambine, Whitfords and Stirling.
- Midland Line: Bassendean, East Perth and Midland
- Mandurah Line: Murdoch, Rockingham, Cockburn Central and Bullcreek
- Armadale/Thornlie Line: Cannington, Gosnells and Queens Park
Past bike shelter upgrades
In 2016-17 we completed an upgrade to increase the amount of bike parking by 240 spaces at the following stations:
- Midland Line: Bassendean and Midland.
- Mandurah Line: Canning Bridge, Kwinana, Wellard and Warnbro.
- Armadale Line: Kelmscott and Armadale.
- Fremantle Line: Claremont.
Shelter security upgrades
Additional CCTV security cameras and two-way intercom units have been installed inside the secured Lock ‘n’ Ride shelters to allow PTA staff to communicate with patrons who may require assistance.
Lock ‘n’ Ride shelters at the following stations have been upgraded with the new security system: