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Sunday, October 25, 2020

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Bikes on trains

The Public Transport Authority welcomes passengers with bikes on our Transperth trains, because we recognise the contribution cyclists make towards a cleaner environment and healthier community.

However, to ensure all passengers enjoy a safe and comfortable journey, there are regulations that apply to travelling with your bike.

Transperth's 'What you need to know about taking your bicycle on Transperth Trains' brochure (which can be downloaded below) outlines:

  • peak time travel;
  • on board etiquette;
  • lock and leave facilities;
  • shared pathways; and
  • rights and responsibilities.

'What you need to know about taking your bicycle on Transperth Trains' (PDF 150KB) 

For full PTA regulations, please refer to the Public Transport Authority Regulations 2003 - Part 4A - Bicycles on passenger trains on the State Law Publisher website.

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