Menu
  1. About us
  2. Our services
  3. Our system
  4. Projects
  5. Careers
  6. News
Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Media statements

/ Categories: PTA News

Free late-night Fringe CAT buses revved up for arts festival

A special event late-night Fringe CAT will be running between festival venues from January 22 to March 3 to help passengers get to and from FRINGE WORLD Festival entertainment hubs.

Transport Minister Rita Saffioti announced the special services at the Girls School venue in East Perth, where acclaimed performance A Midnight Visit will be staged.

The free Fringe Red CAT will run a special route on a 15-minute frequency between Perth Busport and various Fringe Festival venues, including at Girls School.

Services will operate from around 7pm to 9.45pm during the week, with extended Fringe CATs running to about midnight on Friday and Saturday nights.

Passengers who use the Fringe CAT will be urged to provide their feedback on the extended service as part of a wider ongoing consultation into the Central Area Transit (CAT) bus services.

The consultation will help guide the future of the highly popular free CAT services, including any potential future time or route extensions.

So far more than 500 people have provided feedback on the CAT services via the My Say Transport website, with eight in 10 passengers saying they were satisfied or very satisfied with the existing services. The survey is open until January 31.

For more information on Transperth services or to plan your journey, visit the Transperth website or call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13.
 

Previous Article Lifesaving defibrillators rolled out across Transperth network
Next Article Take a break from driving this Australia Day
Print

x

Search news

Archive


Copyright Disclaimer Terms Of Use Privacy Statement Webmail Copyright 2018 Public Transport Authority of Western Australia
Back To Top