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As more and more people are working from home and staying at home, in general, it has been reported that Transperth has seen an approximate 80% drop in public transport users due to Perth’s coronavirus crisis.
As a result of such a dramatic decrease in patrons, Perth will be reducing services for both trains, buses and CAT-bus from April 6 to April 26.
How will Transperth services be cut?
“Public transport is a vital service that we will continue to provide throughout the pandemic to ensure essential workers can get on with their jobs.”
While the drop in public transport users is also a welcome one with such strict rules being enforced on social distancing – buses and trains will be monitored closely to see if additional service will be required to ensure safe transport of Perth public transport users.
This article first appeared on soperth.com.au
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