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Trains on the Mandurah Line will be cancelled nightly between Cockburn Central and Mandurah from Sunday 3rd until Thursday 7th May for maintenance work.
The last full-line services on Sunday night will be:
• Departing Perth Underground: 7.45pm
• Departing Mandurah: 8.19pm.
The last full-line services on weeknights will be:
• Departing Perth Underground: 7.53pm
• Departing Mandurah: 8.27pm.
Train replacement bus Route 909 will run while trains are cancelled. Trains will continue to run between Cockburn Central and Perth Underground stations.
Passengers should allow extra travelling time and be aware that replacement buses may not connect with timetabled bus and train services.
Remember to plan your journey; the train replacement bus timetable will be available via the Transperth app and JourneyPlanner two weeks prior to the disruption.
You can also use the Transperth app to track your replacement bus in real time.
Due to space restrictions, bicycles are not permitted on Transperth buses, including train replacement services.
This article first appeared on www.coastlive.com.au
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