Taking public transport is cleaner alternative to the car that not only saves you money, it can take the hassle and stress out of driving.
Joondalup CAT Bus
The Joondalup CAT (Central Area Transit) Bus was initiated in January 2006. The service is free and runs in two directions between the Joondalup Train Station, the Joondalup Health campus, the City Centre (including the Joondalup Civic Centre) and the Learning Precinct; incorporating Edith Cowan University, West Coast TAFE and the Police Academy. Use the free CAT bus service to explore the City.
View a copy of the Joondalup CAT map and timetable or visit the Transperth website for more information. Use Transperth’s Savings Calculator to find out how much money you will save by taking public transport instead of driving.
- Allow time to walk or catch the bus to your local train station and save yourself over $600 per year
- Using the bus, train or car-pooling creates more time in your day. These travelling methods let you plan your day, have a quick nap, read the newspaper or a book, or make some phone calls.
Plan your trip, find out more information about fares and ticketing and get all your bus and train service updates on the Transperth website or phone the Transperth Information Line on 13 62 13.