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 14 major regional towns. Seven of the towns have intra-town bus services, while all 14 have town school bus services. In addition, the PTA also provides seven inter-town services.
There were more than 2.24 million total boardings in the 2017-18 financial year.
Towns where TransRegional operates include:
Albany, 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.
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.
Anzac Terrace Bus Terminus
From Wednesday March 10, there will be major works at Anzac Terrace Bus Terminus for an ongoing period of time. The boarding areas and shelters for Bus Stop Numbers 70000 and 70001 will be out of service.
Passengers will need to use caution in the area and follow any instructions to the temporary boarding facilities located adjacent to the works.
All TransGeralton services leaving and arriving at these stops will be affected.
TransBridgetown here to stay after successful trial
Bridgetown will receive a dedicated town bus service starting from February 2021, following a successful trial.
From February 1 2021, current orange school buses will be withdrawn and replaced with two new School Specials, 701 and 702. The two new TransBridgetown buses will be the same modern, silver and green buses as Transperth.
The decision to create TransBridgetown was made following an 18-month trial using two orange school buses attracted a significant number more fare-paying students than initially estimated.
For more information, see the Bridgetown school services tab below.