Accessibility is a priority at Transperth and we are continually striving to improve.
New Transperth vehicles, infrastructure and ticketing systems have been designed to be accessible. All bus, train and ferry services have priority seats, which can be used by people with disabilities.
Transperth also ensures that information services including the Transperth InfoLine, Transperth website and Transperth InfoCentres cater for all passengers. Visit the Transperth Contact Us page for more information.
All printed and web based information conforms to disability guidelines and is available in alternative formats. Braille timetables are available upon request. Please contact Visability on 9311 8202 for more information. Large format timetables are also available on request via the Transperth Infoline.
Transperth have communication cards available to assist people with communicating with Transperth personnel. A communication card has two sections where you can write information:
Teach your child to show their communication card to the bus driver as they board the bus.
You can obtain communication cards by contacting the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 or from any Transperth InfoCentre.
Try our virtual journey to learn about getting around on Transperth services.
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