Perth City Link, formerly known as the Northbridge Link, is a collaborative project funded by three tiers of Government and led by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) and the Public Transport Authority (PTA). 

The PTA’s $569million transport infrastructure work at and around Perth Station was the catalyst to bring Perth City Link's vision to life. The transport project was delivered in two stages: Rail (2011-2013) and Bus (2014-2016).

Connect Souvenir Edition

See the Souvenir edition of Connect for highlights of the Perth Busport development.

Sit Stand Go

Once inside Perth Busport, if you know which bus you want to catch there are only three things you need to do:

Sit - Grab a seat, find your bus on the screen and wait for it to arrive and be allocated a stand.

Stand - Watch the screens for your stand number, which will be allocated at least two minutes before your bus is due to depart.

Go - Once your bus is allocated a stand the bus will arrive, head over to your stand and jump on board.

For more information watch the video below.

Perth Busport opens

Perth Busport opens

The long term Perth City Link Bus Project vision was realised with the opening of the $219 million Perth Busport on July 17, an essential step in future-proofing the city’s public transport network.

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Perth Busport to open Sunday 17 July

Perth Busport to open Sunday 17 July

Welcome to Perth's new underground scene!

The new underground Perth Busport will start operating on Sunday 17 July 2016. 

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Sneak peek of underground lounge

Sneak peek of underground lounge

Transport Minister Dean Nalder took the media on a tour of the Perth Busport recently, providing a sneak peek into what the finished facility will look like.

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Yagan Square entry coming to life

Yagan Square entry coming to life

Those of you who walk by the Perth Busport site on a regular basis may have noticed the plywood on the entrances have come down and been replaced with glass.  But a lot is happening on the inside as well.

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Construction starts on Yagan Square

Construction starts on Yagan Square

Three Whadjuk Noongar women used traditional digging sticks known as ‘wannas’ to turn the soil at Yagan Square last month, marking the start of major construction at Perth’s next public place.

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