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Transperth first, daylight second as clocks move forward


The introduction of this year’s summer time will have no effect on Transperth services or timetables.

Daylight saving is reintroduced in WA at 2am on Sunday (October 28) and will end at 2am on Sunday March 30 next year.

Happily, it will not be necessary to reprint Transperth’s timetables – all train, bus and ferry services will depart at their normal scheduled times before, during and after this period.

The only exception to this will be the late-night services operating in the small hours of this Sunday morning.  For this weekend only, the 2am trains will leave at 3am (WST) and the Fremantle and Northbridge NightRider buses will leave at 1am, 3am (WST), 4am (WST) and 5am (WST).  The following weekend they are back to normal (WST) times.

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