Transperth gets comic with Two Hoots campaign
Transperth has launched the third edition of its popular Two Hoots campaign.
This edition takes the form of a comic book and is designed to remind passengers of the importance of being considerate of their fellow travellers.
Transperth spokesman David Hynes said the Two Hoots campaign was developed to address the most common complaints about passenger behaviour on the network.
“This campaign is a light-hearted reminder for our customers to be considerate when travelling on our network, for the comfort of other passengers,” he said.
“Though most people do the right thing by their fellow travellers, this campaign reminds us all that small, thoughtless actions can have a knock-on effect.”
The comic book features characters such as Pushbike Pete, who shows what not to do when travelling with a bike on the train; and Sick Guy who proves “there’s nothing comic about getting sick” using public transport.
The comic book will be distributed to passengers by Transperth staff over the next 12 months.