News Articles | 11 November 2015

The Public Transport Authority opened the doors to its history and architecture and gave visitors the chance to find out more about Forrestfield-Airport Link.

The Public Transport Authority (PTA) and Forrestfield-Airport Link were on show last weekend as part of Open House Perth 2015. Taking place over Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 November, Open House gave members of the public access to over 80 of Perth’s civic, commercial, residential and religious buildings.

The PTA opened its doors to the Public Transport Centre for seven hours, allowing the public unrivalled access to the building and an opportunity to find out more about its major projects, including Forrestfield-Airport Link project.

A total of 225 people toured the building with trained guides who provided information on the architecture and history of the building. PTA staff members were on hand to answer questions about Forrestfield-Airport Link project and information booklets were available for visitors who wanted to find out more about the project.

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