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Perth rail passengers will have to catch buses or make other travel arrangements when Transperth closes lines this week for routine maintenance.
Services on the Joondalup and Mandurah lines will be cancelled nightly between Leederville and Cockburn Central between Sunday and Thursday.
Train replacement bus Route 904 will run on the Joondalup line and Route 909 will run on the Mandurah line while trains are cancelled. Routes 904 and 909 will run from Perth Busport.
Transperth has told passengers to allow extra travelling time and be aware that replacement buses may not connect with timetabled bus and train services.
Surfboards and bicycles are not permitted on buses. This includes when travelling on our train replacement services.
The last full-line services on the Joondalup Line on Sunday night will be:
Departing Perth: 7.45pm / Departing Butler: 7.03pm.
The last full-line services on the Joondalup Line on weeknights will be:
Departing Perth: 8.23pm / Departing Butler: 7.26pm.
The last full-line services on the Mandurah Line on Sunday night will be:
Departing Perth: 7.45pm / Departing Mandurah: 6.49pm.
The last full-line services on the Mandurah Line on weeknights will be:
Departing Perth: 8.08pm / Departing Mandurah: 7.27pm.
Trains will resume with the start of timetabled services the following mornings.
To plan your journey call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 (TIS: 13 14 50). Hearing or speech impaired travellers can call via NRS 133 677 and ask for 13 62 13.
This article first appeared on thewest.com.au
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