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Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Bus Suggestions » Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:02 am

Welcome to 2018! I know it's not my job to do this, but Mr OC Benz doesn't seem to be online much. When he is online, he should be able to give a proper introduction.

Transperth Website wrote:Service Changes across the Transperth Network

Sun 28 Jan
From Sunday 28 January, the following changes will occur across the Transperth network.

The following routes will undergo time changes:
15, 27, 28, 206, 207, 210, 211, 212, 220, 334, 335, 336, 337, 355, 402, 403, 404, 445, 446, 447, 470, 471, 473, 474, 480, 481, 482, 483, 484, 491, 503, 517, 518, 519, 525, 530, 535, 536, 543, 564, 565, 594, 597, 930, 955, 998 and 999.

The following services will undergo time changes and operate with additional services:
Route 229: an additional morning trip will deviate via Yule Brook College. Additionally, there will be a Wednesday afternoon timetable change due to schedule changes at the school
Route 307: five additional weekday trips improving access to Kalamunda for Helena Valley students
Route 313: one additional weekday trip operating from Jane Brook to Midland
Route 376: two weeknight trips will be added, replacing withrawn Route 377 trips
Route 378: one additional weekday trip will operate from Morley Senior High School to Alexander Dr, replacing School Special 757. One additional trip from Mirrabooka Bus Station to Alexander Heights will also run on school days
Route 490: one additional trip from Two Rocks to Butler on school days
Route 513: two additional trips operating via Fremantle College
Route 514: one additional afternoon trip from Murdoch to Cockburn Central on school days
Route 531: two additional trips via Fremantle College
Route 532: two additional trips via Fremantle College
Route 956: two additional weekday trips from Bassendean to Ellenbrook North.

The following services will undergo time changes and operate with fewer services due to poor patronage:
Route 249: all weekend services will be withdrawn. Passengers can use Route 220 instead
Route 310: one weekday morning service departing Midland will be withdrawn
Route 311: one weekday morning service departing Midland will be withdrawn
Route 377: two weeknight services departing Mirrabooka will be withdrawn and replaced with additional Route 376 trips.
Other changes:

Route 379 will be withdrawn
Route 391 will undergo a minor route change in the Banksia Grove Town Centre, operating via Jewell Wy. This will bring the service closer to supermarkets and community services. The temporary stops on Porrecta Lk will be removed once stops on Jewell Wy are operational.

The following schools are also affected by service changes:
Assumption Catholic Primary School
Aveley Secondary College (New school)
Carey Baptist College
Emmanuel Catholic College
(School changed hours)
Foundation Christian College
Frederick Irwin Anglican School
Fremantle College (New school)
Gilmore College
Harrisdale Senior High School (Change of school hours)
Iona Presentation Primary School
Kalamunda Senior High School
Mazenod College
Mandurah Catholic College
Mercy College
Mindarie Senior College (Change of school hours)
Morley Senior High School
Mother Theresa Catholic College
Newman College (Change of school hours)
Northshore Christian Grammar School
(New school)
Seton Catholic College
St Brigids College
St James Anglican School
Yanchep Lagoon Primary School
Yanchep Secondary College (New school)
Yule Brook College (Change of school hours).
For further information on service changes affecting schools, visit the It's Revision Time page.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:24 pm

There's some route changes for 535 and 536 that the one does not been mentioned.

Both route had moved the termini to from Gaebler Road before/after Baumea Turn to Hammond Road before Eucalyptus Drive

The route 535 goes until Eucalyptus Drive, left Murrumbidgee Drive, right Gaebler Road, right Hammond Road to the terminus, then right Eucalyptus Drive and resume its route.
The route 536 goes until Gaebler Road, continue along, right Hammond Road to the terminus, then right Eucalyptus Drive, right Murrumbidgee Drive, left Gaebler Road and resume its route.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby ozi_mister_d » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:38 pm

I'm surprised the 379 has lasted this long, tbh.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:40 am

Seems a new route 353 is coming soon for that, running between Bessendean Station and Ellenbrook Transfer Station (future Henley Brook Bus Station) via Dayton and Brabham.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby TP1462 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 3:55 pm

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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Transperthpaperbus » Fri Jan 26, 2018 4:04 pm

Noticed an error on the bottom section of the route 353 map with the botton section of Lord Street should be over where the 340 route is.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:45 am

Seems the construction works of the Curtin Central Bus Station is finishing soon, and seems there's upcoming route changes along the Curtin University area.

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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Fri Mar 23, 2018 1:33 am

Seems the route 353 will start operating from the end of April, and will be shown on the Bus Timetable 100. (Please note that there's some route modifications in Dayton area due to the closure of the Dayton Boulevard, the route map of had been updated reflecting the changes.)

Transperth Website wrote:Service Changes across the Transperth Network

Sun 29 Apr
From Sunday 29 April, the following changes will occur across the Transperth network.

The following routes will undergo time changes:

  • Route 557, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567 and 568;
  • Route 111, 114, 115, 150, 158, 160 and 910;
  • Route 321 and 322.
Additionally, the following service changes will come into effect:

  • The introduction of new Route 353;
  • Two additional Route 322 trips will extend to Helena Valley Road, to coordinate with the extension of Route 307 to Kalamunda Senior High School;
  • Route 567 will undergo a minor route change to travel via Stillwater Drive;
  • Route 565 will extend two school time trips to Mother Teresa Catholic College.


Transperth Website wrote:Introduction of new Route 353

Sun 29 Apr
From Sunday 29 April, Route 353 will begin operating between Ellenbrook Transfer Station and Bassendean Station via Brabham and Dayton. To see a map of Route 353, click here.

Route 353 will operate on a 20-minute frequency during peak, and every 60 minutes during off-peak periods, on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Additionally, two school time trips will extend to Kiara College.

Passengers should also note there may be some short-term deviations in the area surrounding Marshall Road whilst Lord Street Project works continue. This service disruption information will be available to affected passengers.

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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Mon Jun 18, 2018 4:10 pm

Most of them are the minor time changes, but notability some short trips will be removed, also the route changes around Burswood area. (Although there's haven't seen any changes in those new route maps from the new timetable)

Route 935 no longer commence its service from Elizabeth Quay during afternoon and night time, also extends the terminus from Westralia Square to Malcolm Street outside Parliament House.

Transperth Website wrote:Service Changes across the Transperth Network

15 July 2018
From Sunday 15 July, some services will change.

Route 592 will operate one additional trip on school days between Frederick Irwin Anglican School and Halls Head.

The following routes will undergo timetable changes:

Routes 210, 211, 212, 220, 249, 285, 288, 298, 353, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 510, 511, 512, 513, 548, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 556, 557, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 592 and 930.

The following routes will undergo time changes and operate with fewer trips due to low patronage:

  • Removal of one Route 212 short trip between Thornlie Senior High and Thornlie Station
  • Removal of five Route 220 short trips between East Victoria Park and Perth Busport
  • Removal of three Route 223 trips; Passengers can instead take Route 206, operating at similar times
  • Removal of two Route 249 afternoon trips from Armadale
  • Removal of one short Route 558 trip between Mandurah Station and Comet Bay College, operating on school days
  • Removal of one Route 930 Sunday afternoon trip between Thornlie Station and Elizabeth Quay Bus Station.

The following routes will undergo time changes and minor route changes in Burswood, affecting services departing Elizabeth Quay Bus Station:

Routes 36, 40, 286, 287, 293, 295, 296, 299, 380 and 935.

Additionally, the following stand changes will occur:

  • Route 40 will undergo stand changes within Elizabeth Quay Bus Station, now departing Stand D6
  • Route 935 will no longer serve Elizabeth Quay Bus Station with short services now terminating on Malcolm St adjacent to Parliament House
  • Stand D1 in the Elizabeth Quay Bus Station will no longer function as a common stand to East Perth. Routes 111, 150, 158 and 160 to East Perth will still serve this stop.


Timetables updated:
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Merc1107 » Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:12 am

Interesting they're adding another trip from Frederick Irwin Anglican School. Having rode on the 592 trip that commences at Frederick Irwin a number of times, it really wasn't busy enough to warrant another service, especially considering you were usually caught among a 'trio' of 592s. Wasn't even a full-standing load in the Renault artic at the time (and the new artics have a larger capacity).

Furthermore, some investigation I did of some of the school-specials in the area (e.g. the 737 to Falcon, among others) indicates these already serve much of the 592's territory and either commence or travel via Frederick Irwin. The 737, for example, runs down Old Coast Rd., then pick up the second half of the 592 after the timing point in Halls Head, before heading back up Old Coast Rd. into Falcon, another services Halls Head itself, etc.

Also note in Timetable 139 the services have not yet been noted as "Fully Accessible," with the specific "Deviations" noting non-accessible vehicles being retained.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Mr OC Benz » Sun Jul 15, 2018 12:17 pm

Service changes from 5 August 2018. The additional trips appear to be related to the opening of the new Perth Children's Hospital.

Time changes:
23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 102, 107, 352, 360, 361, 362, 365, 372, 376, 377, 378, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 421, 422, 423, 425, 540, 541, 542, 543, 960, 970

Time changes and additional services:
97 - Additional early morning trips between Subiaco and UWA South.
103 - Additional trips between Perth Children's Hospital and East Perth on weekdays PM peak, providing a contra-peak frequency of every 10 minutes. Also an additional early morning trip from Fremantle to East Perth on Saturdays.
950 - Additional Uni only trips displayed (some of these may already operate, but not shown in the timetable)
998 - Additional PM peak trips between UWA and Stirling.
999 - Additional AM peak trips between Stirling and UWA.

Time changes and reduced services:
19 - Number of AM and PM peak services in both directions reduced. One Saturday night trip between Yokine and Perth withdrawn.

New route:
354 - Reincarnation of the previous 354 but only operating between Mirrabooka and Dog Swamp Shopping Centre on an hourly frequency during weekday off-peak periods.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Bus Suggestions » Mon Jul 16, 2018 11:03 am

Transperth Website for the full announcement.
The new Timetable 72 has some glitches, labelling the new 354 timetable as 'From Perth' and 'To Mirrabooka' while they are technically the same thing, and should be labelled as 'From Mirrabooka' and 'To Mirrabooka' because 354 doesn't run Perth-Mirrabooka.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Tue Jul 17, 2018 3:52 pm

Bus Suggestions wrote:Transperth Website for the full announcement.
The new Timetable 72 has some glitches, labelling the new 354 timetable as 'From Perth' and 'To Mirrabooka' while they are technically the same thing, and should be labelled as 'From Mirrabooka' and 'To Mirrabooka' because 354 doesn't run Perth-Mirrabooka.

They've put them into incorrect section as well. (They've swapped over the directions) :lol:

(Update: They've corrected those mentioned above)

So the stops 16449, 16450, 16451, 16459 and 16460 can be utilised again by route 354.

The network map had been updated for the route 354 as well.

Another notable changes for the route 376 is the timing point will be changed from Errina Road to Alexander Heights Shopping Centre.
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Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:09 pm

A little update to telling for the routes below will be resumed its original configuration since the Craig Street works are completed.

Transperth Website wrote:Routes 36, 39, 40, 286, 287, 293, 295, 296, 299, 380 and 935 - Route Change

Sun 12 Aug
On Sunday 12 August, routes 36, 39, 40, 286, 287, 293, 295, 296, 299, 380 and 935 will undergo a route change in order to utilise the bus priority lanes on Craig St.

These routes will now service the following stops:

  • 14451 (Great Eastern Hwy after Burswood Rd)
  • 14509 (Craig St after Burswood Rd)
The following stops will no longer be serviced:

  • 27569 (Burswood Rd after Teddington Rd)
  • 27570 (Burswood Rd after Leigh St)


Timetables updated:
  • Bus Timetable 90 (not available, will be updated on 7 October changes), 108, 109 (not available, will be updated on 7 October changes), 110
  • Bus Timetable 209

There's minor glitches found on the Bus Timetable 108 as one of the arrows did not removed properly.

As of 12/08/2018, Bus Timetable 90 and 109 are not available at this moment, Bus Timetable 90 will be updated as of 2/9/2018 due to time changes.

Af of 17/09/2018, Bus Timetable 90 and 109 will be updated again for 7 October stand changes.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Thu Aug 16, 2018 3:21 pm

A minor time changes will be occur from 2 September 2018, also the new 344 route deviation and extra trip for route 107.

Transperth Website wrote:Route 107 - Additional Trip

Mon 27 Aug
From Monday 27 August, Route 107 will run an additional trip from Claremont Station to Fremantle Station.

The additional trip will run on school days only departing Claremont Station at 3.18pm.


Transperth Website wrote:Routes 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 70, 72, 75, 201, 202, 203, 282, 283 and 284 - Service Changes

Sun 02 Sep
From Sunday 2 September 2018, routes 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 39, 70, 72, 75, 201, 202, 203, 282, 283 and 284 will undergo time changes.


Transperth Website wrote:Route 344 - New Workpower Deviation

Sun 02 Sep
From Sunday 2 September a number of Route 344 trips will deviate via Workpower Malaga on Century Rd.

Route 344 departing Morley Bus Station at 7.39am will stop at Workpower at approximately 7.54am before continuing to Warwick Station.

Route 344 departing Warwick Station at 2.12pm will stop at Workpower at approximately 2.51pm before continuing to Morley Bus Station.


Timetables updated:
  • Bus Timetable 12, 14, 15, 16, 19
  • Bus Timetable 31 (not available as current)
  • Bus Timetable 90, 94, 105 (not available as current)
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Tue Sep 11, 2018 3:36 pm

A minor time changes will be occur from 7 October 2018, seems they may include the minor time changes involved with the School runs.
There are some stand changes along the routes in St Georges Terrace.

Routes 170 and 176 will be merged as route 178. Some of route 177 trips are extending to Cannington Station.

Route 115 services all stops between Elizabeth Quay and Booragoon.

Route 910 services Perth Busport instead of Elizabeth Quay Bus Station, via Milligan Street. Stand 4 will be used as default stand, other stands departing from Stands 1-3 may be possible.

For route 353, the timed stop on Altone Road to Bassendean will be temporary removed to having a better running time. Also there's minor time changes to facilitate the recent closures on Youle-Dean Road and New Lord Street project. The Departing time from Ellenbrook Transfer Station will be departing up to 5 minutes earlier than the time currently, and from Bassendean it will arriving up to 4 minutes later.

For these updates all of the accessible icons will be removed for each route, and mentions "All Transperth buses are accessible" at the end, and the "let's connect" banner had been removed in this update.

Transperth Website wrote:Routes 307, 313, 314, 315, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 352, 450, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468 and 469 Service Changes

Sun 07 Oct
From Sunday 7 October, routes 307, 313, 314, 315, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 352, 450, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468 and 469 will undergo time changes.

Route 464 will also deviate via Belridge Secondary College.

Route 326 will also run two less trips.


Timetables updated:

Transperth Website wrote:Southern Suburbs – Service Changes

Sun 07 Oct
From Sunday 7 October, bus services in the southern suburbs will undergo changes as follows:

The following routes will undergo stand changes on St Georges Tce:

  • Routes 24, 25, 27, 103, 111, 150, 158 and 160 to East Perth will now stop at Stand D (Stop 10126)
  • Routes 38, 39, 72, 75, and 930 to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station will now stop at different stops along St Georges Tce
  • Routes 293, 295, 296 and 299 departing Perth will now stop at Stand C (stops 10121, 10124, 10131 and 10134)
  • Route 930 will now stop at Stand E (Stop 10123).
The following routes will undergo time changes and operate with fewer trips

  • Routes 111, 114, 115, 220, 517, 527 and 537
  • Additionally Route 115 will now operate all stops between Canning Bridge Station and Booragoon Bus Station.

The following routes will undergo major time and route changes:

  • Routes 170 and 176 will be renumbered to Route 178
  • Routes 177, 178 and 179 will travel to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station via Mill St instead of William St
  • Route 178 will operate a number of short trips replacing Route 176 services. Please check the destination of your bus before boarding
  • Route 177 will extend to Cannington Station on some trips
  • Route 177, 178 and 179 will now stop at Stand P (stops 10078, 10084 and 10090) along St Georges Tce when travelling to Perth.

The following routes will undergo time changes

  • Routes 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 464, 514, 515, 516, 519, 520, 522, 525, 526, 530, 531, 532, 534, 535, 536, 584, 587, 589, 591, 592, 593, 594, 598, 600, 604, 605 will undergo time changes.
  • Route 464 will also run new morning and afternoon deviations to Belridge Secondary College
  • Route 532 services to Fremantle College have changed.

The following routes will undergo time changes and run additional trips:

  • Route 518 will run additional trips improving access between Harrisdale and Cockburn Central Station
  • Route 597 will run an additional morning short trip between Mandurah Station and Coodanup Community College.

Route 910 will undergo changes including:

  • No longer serving Elizabeth Quay Bus Station
  • Terminating at Perth Busport and now travelling via St Georges Tce and Milligan St
  • Providing a high frequency connection between Perth Busport, Perth Station, St Georges Tce and Adelaide Tce
  • Route 910 will now services different stops along St Georges Tce:
  • Route 910 travelling to Perth Busport will now stop at the following stops:
    10080 (St Georges Tce Stand T before Barrack St)
    10086 (St Georges Tce Stand T after Sherwood Ct)
    10090 (St Georges Tce Stand OST after William St)
    10091 (St Georges Tce Mill St Green CAT 2)
  • Services to Fremantle Station will now service Stop 10116 (St Georges Tce after Milligan St)
  • Connections between Route 910 and trains departing Canning Bridge Station will also be improved.



Timetables updated:

Other timetables updated:
  • Bus Timetable 100
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby pasha241 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 12:55 am

shinjiman wrote:A minor time changes will be occur from 7 October 2018, seems they may include the minor time changes involved with the School runs.
There are some stand changes along the routes in St Georges Terrace.

Routes 170 and 176 will be merged as route 178. Some of route 177 trips are extending to Cannington Station.

Route 115 services all stops between Elizabeth Quay and Booragoon.

Route 910 services Perth Busport instead of Elizabeth Quay Bus Station, via Milligan Street. Stand 4 will be used as default stand, other stands departing from Stands 1-3 may be possible.

For route 353, the timed stop on Altone Road to Bassendean will be temporary removed to having a better running time. Also there's minor time changes to facilitate the recent closures on Youle-Dean Road and New Lord Street project. The Departing time from Ellenbrook Transfer Station will be departing up to 5 minutes earlier than the time currently, and from Bassendean it will arriving up to 4 minutes later.

For these updates all of the accessible icons will be removed for each route, and mentions "All Transperth buses are accessible" at the end, and the "let's connect" banner had been removed in this update.

Transperth Website wrote:Routes 307, 313, 314, 315, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 352, 450, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468 and 469 Service Changes

Sun 07 Oct
From Sunday 7 October, routes 307, 313, 314, 315, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 352, 450, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468 and 469 will undergo time changes.

Route 464 will also deviate via Belridge Secondary College.

Route 326 will also run two less trips.


Timetables updated:

Transperth Website wrote:Southern Suburbs – Service Changes

Sun 07 Oct
From Sunday 7 October, bus services in the southern suburbs will undergo changes as follows:

The following routes will undergo stand changes on St Georges Tce:

  • Routes 24, 25, 27, 103, 111, 150, 158 and 160 to East Perth will now stop at Stand D (Stop 10126)
  • Routes 38, 39, 72, 75, and 930 to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station will now stop at different stops along St Georges Tce
  • Routes 293, 295, 296 and 299 departing Perth will now stop at Stand C (stops 10121, 10124, 10131 and 10134)
  • Route 930 will now stop at Stand E (Stop 10123).
The following routes will undergo time changes and operate with fewer trips

  • Routes 111, 114, 115, 220, 517, 527 and 537
  • Additionally Route 115 will now operate all stops between Canning Bridge Station and Booragoon Bus Station.

The following routes will undergo major time and route changes:

  • Routes 170 and 176 will be renumbered to Route 178
  • Routes 177, 178 and 179 will travel to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station via Mill St instead of William St
  • Route 178 will operate a number of short trips replacing Route 176 services. Please check the destination of your bus before boarding
  • Route 177 will extend to Cannington Station on some trips
  • Route 177, 178 and 179 will now stop at Stand P (stops 10078, 10084 and 10090) along St Georges Tce when travelling to Perth.

The following routes will undergo time changes

  • Routes 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 464, 514, 515, 516, 519, 520, 522, 525, 526, 530, 531, 532, 534, 535, 536, 584, 587, 589, 591, 592, 593, 594, 598, 600, 604, 605 will undergo time changes.
  • Route 464 will also run new morning and afternoon deviations to Belridge Secondary College
  • Route 532 services to Fremantle College have changed.

The following routes will undergo time changes and run additional trips:

  • Route 518 will run additional trips improving access between Harrisdale and Cockburn Central Station
  • Route 597 will run an additional morning short trip between Mandurah Station and Coodanup Community College.

Route 910 will undergo changes including:

  • No longer serving Elizabeth Quay Bus Station
  • Terminating at Perth Busport and now travelling via St Georges Tce and Milligan St
  • Providing a high frequency connection between Perth Busport, Perth Station, St Georges Tce and Adelaide Tce
  • Route 910 will now services different stops along St Georges Tce:
  • Route 910 travelling to Perth Busport will now stop at the following stops:
    10080 (St Georges Tce Stand T before Barrack St)
    10086 (St Georges Tce Stand T after Sherwood Ct)
    10090 (St Georges Tce Stand OST after William St)
    10091 (St Georges Tce Mill St Green CAT 2)
  • Services to Fremantle Station will now service Stop 10116 (St Georges Tce after Milligan St)
  • Connections between Route 910 and trains departing Canning Bridge Station will also be improved.



Timetables updated:

Other timetables updated:
  • Bus Timetable 100


Interesting too see the 177 extend to cannington. maybe this is related to removal of short service 220. TBH i find out that most of 220 drivers drive really slowly between cannington to vic park compare to 930 which sometimes faster. I know is because 930 use Shepperton but i feel most of 220 drive with a slow speed limit of 220 between vic park to cannington. and drive faster between beckenham to armadale. Maybe because of that short working not has enough passenger. IDK is this just experience or it is real.

TBH i think since relocated to Elizabeth Quay (from 2015 to Oct 2016) 220 patronage is quite decreasing especially since 930 run on feb 2016. Because they ran same route exept 220 run albany hwy and 930 Shepperton rd. and is really hard for 220 to get a patronage back

Also, i probably think they should make the new route of Bull creek - Cannington (via Rossmoyne) like change a bit of 509 route or at least short working 170 to Shelley terminated at Wilson or vice park to connect with another service better.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Merc1107 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 11:57 am

The Southern Suburbs changes are interesting.

Running the 115 all stops between Canning Bridge and Booragoon Bus Station is a logical step and will better connect Canning Hwy, Riseley Street and Booragoon together. It's probably a sign the patronage on the route perhaps isn't quite what it should be, however the service was limited stops in its heyday primarily because it was the premier trunk service that feeder buses at Booragoon connected with. Its very interesting to note (at present), that the 115 actually has more journey time on the timetable between Booragoon and the City than the 114 for comparable departure times.

However, despite the change, they've missed a vital opportunity to create a combined 15 minute frequency between the 114 & 115 on Saturdays between Booragoon and the City (and vice-versa). On the brighter side, they have done away with the 114 & 115 departing the city within two minutes of one another. On Sundays, the hourly 114 departure falls halfway between the two-hourly 115 services, so that's a step in the right direction.
Someone else pointed out to me elsewhere that the 'cuts' to the 115 aren't all bad - the 2330hrs Saturday night service has been deleted, with the resources going towards extending the operational hours on Sunday night.

I think sending the 910 to Perth Busport instead of Elizabeth Quay is a great idea - passengers will now have an easy way to make connections with northern bus services. Its a far better use of resources than the current setup, there are more than enough buses servicing Elizabeth Quay at present.

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Also had a look at the timetable for the the 592-594 (Timetable 139). It looks as though they've simplified a number of the school deviations, by removing some of the "Non Accessible Trips" in the timetable at long last. Also noted they've cut back on a number of school-holidays only services, but maybe that was part of a previous change.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby os91 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 8:19 pm

I think that the changes to the 170/76/77/79 could make the network more logical for people, with the sequential numbers. However, people may get confused with the terminating 178s.

I’m not sure about the reductions to the 111, especially in morning peak hours – it is quite busy at that time.

The 910 moving to Perth Busport may be useful for more connections between Northern and Southern services. The 910 is usually close to empty by the time it enters Elizabeth Quay, and few people get on there. If Elizabeth quay is over-serviced, perhaps in the future other bus services, especially the ones from the freeway, could go straight into the Busport.



It's great to see that Transperth is advertising that all bus services are accessible.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby PaxInfo » Fri Sep 21, 2018 9:43 pm

I also like the sequential numbers and that there's fewer of them. It's a far cry from the early '90s when there were 8 or 9 numbers (170 - 179 with some only on weekends).

Although to be fair, the early '90s had an even 15 min weekday offpeak weekday service down Dumond - now that's a lumpy 15-15-30 due to the 177 peeling off beforehand due to amalgamation with the old Route 10.

One thing missed was a redrawing of the map to show the 177s extending to Cannington. There's sufficient trips running to Cannington that it should have been shown.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Merc1107 » Wed Oct 03, 2018 1:30 pm

os91 wrote:I’m not sure about the reductions to the 111, especially in morning peak hours – it is quite busy at that time.
I noticed they've dropped the frequency at the start of the morning (5-6am, maybe a bit later), but aside from that, frequency appears the same throughout the day. Having used the very early 111 in the past, it carried around 10 passengers into the city. Admittedly better than some daytime trips, and better than the western section of the 910 in these wee hours.

The 115 now servicing all-stops along Canning Hwy will partly make up for any reductions in service I hadn't picked up on.
os91 wrote: If Elizabeth quay is over-serviced, perhaps in the future other bus services, especially the ones from the freeway, could go straight into the Busport.
The 114 & 115 (previously 881 & 940) did service the old Wellington St. Bus Station during their heyday, and again in the time leading up to the closure and demolition of the station. I think the 30, 31 & 34 running to Perth Busport via Elizabeth Quay, in addition to the 910 via Milligan Street will be adequate.

To further my previous commentary on the situation between Booragoon and the City, the alteration of 115 times does see a nice 7min or so stagger from the 114 on weekdays. In addition to some of the aforementioned points, there is 30min frequency during the night now to Booragoon, with the 114 & 115 hourly departures split apart (this is why a couple of nighttime 115 trips have been removed). So overall, any cuts aren't drastic at all, with the changes made significantly improving the level of service some specific areas receive.
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:05 pm

A minor time changes will be occur from 4 November 2018.

Most of them are the time changes, fewer trips for some routes. Plus the Saturday/Sunday trial for route 387 between Warwick Station and Balcatta Road. (Looks likely to substitute the missing services from the former 449)

Same as the last timetable update, all of the accessible icons will be removed for each route, and mentions "All Transperth buses are accessible" at the end, and the "let's connect" banner had been removed in this update.

Transperth Website wrote:Service Changes in the Northern Suburbs

Sun 04 Nov
From Sunday 4 November services will undergo the following changes:

  • Routes 16, 48 and 67 will undergo time changes and operate with fewer trips
  • Routes 41, 55, 60, 66, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347 and 371 will undergo time changes
  • Route 42 will undergo time changes and operate with additional trips
  • Route 387 will begin a new trial weekend services between Warwick Station and Balcatta Rd.



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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Bus Suggestions » Sun Oct 28, 2018 1:01 pm

Transperth Website wrote:Route 568 - Proposed Service Changes
Thu 22 Nov
We are inviting the public to provide feedback on proposed service improvements to Route 568.
Route 568 is proposed to undergo a route change extending further into North Baldivis to a new terminus on Kerosene La. 
Find a map of the proposed extension here (1mb).
Representatives from Transperth will be available to discuss the proposed changes at following locations:
Warnbro Train Station
Thursday 22 Nov 10.00am - 1.00pm.
Mary Davies Library and Community Centre
Thursday 22 Nov 2.00pm - 6.00pm
Saturday 24 Nov 9.00am - 12.00pm.
Alternatively you can provide your feedback by emailing transperthplanning@pta.wa.gov.au or calling the InfoLine on 13 62 13.
Feedback on the service is open until 5.00pm on Friday 28 December 2018.

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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby Squiddy » Sun Oct 28, 2018 3:52 pm

Bus Suggestions wrote:
Transperth Website wrote:Route 568 - Proposed Service Changes
Thu 22 Nov
We are inviting the public to provide feedback on proposed service improvements to Route 568.
Route 568 is proposed to undergo a route change extending further into North Baldivis to a new terminus on Kerosene La. 
Find a map of the proposed extension here (1mb).
Representatives from Transperth will be available to discuss the proposed changes at following locations:
Warnbro Train Station
Thursday 22 Nov 10.00am - 1.00pm.
Mary Davies Library and Community Centre
Thursday 22 Nov 2.00pm - 6.00pm
Saturday 24 Nov 9.00am - 12.00pm.
Alternatively you can provide your feedback by emailing transperthplanning@pta.wa.gov.au or calling the InfoLine on 13 62 13.
Feedback on the service is open until 5.00pm on Friday 28 December 2018.

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Seems like a no-brainer to me. At least it'll buy us six more months before we'll start hearing more complaints from people who insisted on building a big house in the middle of nowhere only to find there's little to no public transport available :|
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Re: Transperth Service Changes - 2018

Postby shinjiman » Mon Oct 29, 2018 11:35 am

Squiddy wrote:Seems like a no-brainer to me. At least it'll buy us six more months before we'll start hearing more complaints from people who insisted on building a big house in the middle of nowhere only to find there's little to no public transport available :|


Looks likely it can be extended back to Wellard Station and servicing the area south of Wellard Station via Baldivis Road, Leda Boulevard and Lambeth Circle.

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There's suggestion by the Rockingham council that another route 569 to be run between those two stations.
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