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Friday, August 19, 2022


TransRegional provides intra-town and inter-town public bus services in regional Western Australia

TransRegional town bus services

COVID-19 Service Reduction Notice

About TransRegional

TransRegional (an umbrella brand of Transperth) is managed by the PTA's Regional Town Bus Services team, who coordinate school and town public bus services in regional WA.

Under arrangement, the various town bus services are provided by a range of contractors from within the regional locations.

‘Trans’ branded bus services operate in 15 major regional towns. Seven of the towns have intra-town bus services, while 14 have town school bus services. In addition, the PTA also provides seven inter-town services.

There were more than 2.12 million total boardings in the 2020-21 financial year.

TransRegional towns

Towns where TransRegional operates include:

Albany, Bridgetown, Broome, Bunbury, Busselton/Dunsborough, Carnarvon, Collie, Esperance, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Karratha/Roebourne, Kununurra, Manjimup, Narrogin and Port Hedland.

Timetables, fares and service information

For more service and fare information, please view the tabs below or call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13.

TransRegional services are currently not providing change. If paying with cash, please ensure you have the correct fare. 

Please note: as school timetables are often adjusted during the school year, please check with the Transperth InfoLine or with your local operator for the most up-to-date service information.

TransEsperance Trial Bus Service 

From July 4, three new TransEsperance bus services will commence a 12 month trial. These services were designed following community consultation with the aim of improving public transport access to the town centre and surrounding suburbs.

The new routes, which will operate from Monday to Friday, are outlined below:

  • Route 810 between Nulsen and Esperance
  • Route 811 between Castletown and Esperance
  • Route 812 between West Beach and Esperance

While the trial will run for a year, passenger numbers will be reviewed regularly – particularly at the six-month mark – to determine whether adjustments to the routes are needed. At the end of the trial period, consistent patronage will determine the trial’s success and its continuation.

For information regarding the service including timetable or Smartrider enquiries please call (08) 9072 1717 or visit the TransEsperance Retail Sales Outlet at 86 Norseman Road, Esperance.

New Esperance bus services routes

Public information sessions 

If you would like to know more, we will have an information stand at the Esperance Boulevard Shopping Centre on Tuesday June 28 and Wednesday June 29, from 9am to 4pm.  

Mandatory wearing of masks on public transport

Under the latest public health measures, until further notice masks are mandatory on public transport state-wide.

Please wear a mask onboard all services unless you have an exemption.

For more information on the latest measures visit

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