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Joondalup to Clarkson closure to facilitate Butler Station works

Trains services between Joondalup and Clarkson stations will be temporarily suspended later this month so that essential works can be carried out on the Butler Extension Project.

No trains will run between Joondalup and Clarkson stations from the evening of Friday February 28 until the afternoon of Monday March 3. Replacement bus route 904 will operate.

“These works are absolutely essential as we inch closer to connecting Butler Station to the network later this year,” said Transperth’s David Hynes. 

“We have timed the works to coincide with the March long weekend so we can minimise disruption to passengers,” he said. 

The last full Joondalup Line services on Friday February 28 will be:
 To Clarkson, leaving Perth at 7.03pm
 To Perth, leaving Clarkson at 7.38pm.

Normal services resume on the afternoon of Monday 3 March at the following times:
 To Clarkson leaving Perth at 4.44pm
 To Perth leaving Clarkson at 5.27pm

Music lovers heading to Future Music at Joondalup Arena on Sunday March 2 and Soundwave on Monday March 3 will have access to a shuttle bus between the venue and Joondalup Station.

Passengers are reminded to please allow extra travelling time and be aware that train replacement buses may not connect with timetabled bus and train services.

Visit, call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 or download the Transperth App for more information.

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