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Don’t get by livin’ on a prayer, take Transperth to Bon Jovi

Transperth has scheduled extra train and bus services to help patrons get to and from the Bon Jovi concert at Patersons Stadium tonight (Wednesday December 8).

The event is joint-ticketed, which means the ticket entitles the holder to travel on all Transperth services during the concert, and for three hours before and after.  Concert-goers who pick up their tickets at Patersons Stadium can claim the free entitlement only for travel after the concert.

To concert
Train services will operate to a normal weekday timetable on all lines.  Patrons can catch the train to West Leederville Station.  Concert specials will leave Perth Station (Platform 8) on a regular basis from 4.30pm.

Buses will leave Karrinyup Shopping Centre (Stand 5, Route 616), Curtin University bus station (Stand 7, Route 615) and Morley Bus Station (Stand B2, Route 611) at 6pm, 6.15pm and 6.30pm.

From concert
Passengers should use West Leederville Station after the concert. 

Normal timetabled train services with extra capacity will operate on the Fremantle Line; there will be multiple shuttle services leaving West Leederville from 10.22pm; and extra services on all lines from Perth Station.

The last trains from Perth will be:
• Armadale Line: from Platform 5 at midnight,
• Thornlie Line: from Platform 4 at 11.51pm
• Joondalup Line: from Perth Underground at 12.15am (Thursday)
• Midland Line: from Platform 9 at midnight
• Mandurah Line: Underground at 12.15am (Thursday)

Special event buses will leave Roberts Road for Morley bus station and Curtin University bus station, and Salvado Road for the Karrinyup Shopping Centre.  The last buses leave 20 minutes after the concert finishes.

More information is available from the Transperth website (www.transperth.wa.gov.au) or the Transperth InfoLine 13 62 13 (TTY: 9428 1999, TIS: 13 14).

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