Community to have say on bus services to Airport Line stations
- Community consultation to commence on enhanced bus network to support the new Airport Line
- More than 20 suburbs included in routes to new Redcliffe and High Wycombe stations
- Consultation period closes at 4pm on November 19
With construction of the Forrestfield-Airport Link now in its final stages, attention has turned to building the bus network that will transport commuters to and from the new High Wycombe and Redcliffe stations.
The opening of the Airport Line will create significant changes to bus services through Perth's eastern suburbs, with several new routes added and some existing ones changed to accommodate the new stations.
The enhanced bus network will add more than 1.7 million annual service kilometres and 26 new buses, connecting the eastern suburbs to the Airport Line and the broader Transperth network.
The community has now been invited to provide feedback.
Changes have also been made to the bus network servicing Midland Station, with four potential new routes included in the community consultation.
School specials will be reviewed once the feeder bus network is finalised, and updated timetables for all services will be available next year.
To have your say on the bus network changes, visit http://www.mysaytransport.wa.gov.au/have-your-say-on-the-new-airport-line-bus-network. Community consultation closes on Friday, November 19 at 4pm.
Minister's office - 6552 5500