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Transperth is the brand name of the public transport system servicing Perth, Western Australia. It is operated by the Public Transport Authority. Transperth oversees and regulates a bus service throughout the Perth metropolitan area and some fringe rural areas. Transperth buses are privately operated, but publicly owned. Routes follow two basic formats: feeder services between residential suburbs and bus stations or bus\train interchanges, and routes directly to the CBD. There are also some cross-suburban services, most notably the Circle Route. Additional services are provided for schools and special events. Transperth’s most frequent bus routes run from 5am to midnight with services generally every 4–15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on evenings and weekends. Most other local routes run every 10 – 60 minutes, with reduced service on evenings and weekends. Services to and from railway stations are normally co-ordinated to connect every second or every fourth train.

Transperth had originally included the MAN SG292H in their fleet for the Horseshoe Bridge route in 1988 and 1989. The reasoning behind it was due to the rear-steering, ensuring the bus would not cross the one-way 4 lane bridge at the time. The SG292H models have since retired and are no longer included in the Transperth fleet.

Suitable ages 5+

297 x 420mm


No cutting required

No glue required


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