Transperth Student SmartRider: Now live for secondary students - 16 July 2006 - Public Transport Authority of Western Australia
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Transperth Student SmartRider: Now live for secondary students - 16 July 2006

Student SmartRider is now live for all secondary students. This means that as well as being your student ID for Transperth and Transwa concessions, you can now add value to your Student SmartRider and use it to pay for fares by tagging on and off all Transperth buses, trains and ferries.

If your secondary school isn’t on the participating list of schools on the Transperth website, you will need to purchase a Student SmartRider. Please complete an Application for Student SmartRider form and have it authorised by your school. Forms are available here, from Transperth InfoCentres or SmartRider Retail Sales Outlets.

Cash tickets will continue to be available, and 50 cent Student MultiRiders can be used until MultiRiders are phased out. However, you must always present a SmartRider as proof of concession entitlement. So hop on board, we think you will agree that Student SmartRider is the smarter, quicker and more flexible way to get to school this year.

For further information on SmartRider, please visit the Transperth website.

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