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Monday, July 6, 2020

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Take a break from driving, try a bus or train

  • New campaign encourages motorists to give public transport a go
  • Campaign follows latest data highlighting the first increase in patronage since 2013 
  • Public transport is a viable, complementary addition to their transport mix 
  • Getting to events, parking costs and traffic congestion all cited as reasons people would consider using public transport  

Improved public transport services for Albany

Following an extensive service review and in response to community feedback, the Public Transport Authority (PTA) is proposing major changes to the town’s bus routes to better service the City of Albany.

Free late-night Fringe CAT buses revved up for arts festival

  • A special late red Fringe CAT buse will run from January 22 to March 3
  • Free evening service will operate every 15 minutes from about 7pm to midnight
  • Will provide transport to Girls School venue for A Midnight Visit, and other FRINGE WORLD Festival hubs
  • Special event service part of wider public consultation on CAT services in Perth 
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