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Free late night trains back as COVID restrictions ease this weekend

  • McGowan Government reinstates free late night train services this weekend with easing of COVID-19 restrictions
  • From Saturday morning, 1am and 2am services from Perth and 2.50am service from Fremantle to be reinstated
  • Reinstatement coincides with Phase 4 of WA roadmap to relaxing COVID restrictions
  • Transperth staff have mobilised at short notice to support return of nightlife businesses and employees

Revellers planning to enjoy a night on the town to celebrate Western Australia's easing of COVID-19 restrictions will again have access to a quick and easy way home, with the McGowan Government reinstating free weekend late night train services.

The reinstatement of late night trains this weekend coincides with Phase 4 of the WA roadmap to relaxing COVID restrictions, which comes into effect from 11.59pm on Friday, June 26.

Transperth's late night services:

  • Joondalup/Mandurah lines: 1.15am and 2.15am from Perth Underground
  • Armadale/Midland lines: 1am and 2.15am from Perth Station
  • Fremantle Line: 1am and 2.15am from Perth Station, 1.35am and 2.50am from Fremantle Station

Minister's office - 6552 5500

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