What ticket does my child need? If your child is a primary or secondary school student, they can use their Student SmartRider, which gives them a 70 cent student fare for any journey, Monday to Friday, throughout the school year. On the weekends and summer holidays, the Student SmartRider entitles your child to concession travel. The Student SmartRider is the only way to access this 70 cent fare. Where do I get a smartrider for my child There are several ways to obtain a Student SmartRider for your child. The method for obtaining a SmartRider will depend on whether your child is a primary or a secondary student.
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The Fremantle line service ceased in September but was reinstated in July The first service with the A-series train was introduced in September , with regular services beginning on the Armadale line on 7 October The Midland and Fremantle lines commenced service with the then-new A-series trains in December To service the expanding northern suburbs, Joondalup line was built in the median of the Mitchell Freeway in the early s, after several years of planning.
However, a bill passed in November after a change of state government saw that the route would start at Perth, traverse the Kwinana Freeway, and then continue along its initial route after Jandakot.
To make use of the new tunnel, the government decided to convert this section into a small spur line to Thornlie. It was decided that Armadale trains would alternate with Thornlie trains, with the Thornlie trains stopping at all stations and Armadale trains only stopping at Oats Street and Cannington stations.
Thornlie station opened on 7 August New MetroRail[ edit ] The Perth metropolitan railway lines shown in their scheme colours. Forrestfield-Airport Link currently under construction is shown in grey. Further information: New MetroRail In , the government launched the New MetroRail program as the official name of the upgrades to the rail network.
This program included the following projects:.
Valid for all zones, all day Only for purchase and use after on weekdays FamilyRider Unlimited travel for 7 passengers including 2 adults. The same rotary units in place on buses were replaced with technology supplied by Wayfarer Transit Systems. Also at the same time, an upgraded version of the pre-encoded multi-trip ticket system MultiRider was introduced, also relying on technology from Wayfarer. Controversies[ edit ] August A bus driver was fired for "screaming" at a teenage boy after he accidentally pressed the "stop button" too early by accident. Despite efforts from fellow passengers to pay the fare, the bus driver forced her to walk to Whitfords train station and drove off. When the doors closed, her arm became trapped. Afterward, the bus driver moved off, but only stopped when passengers intervened.
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