Bikes and trains

In News by Aleisha Orr

Did you know you are allowed to take bicycles on trains in Perth?
Bikes can be taken on trains throughout much of the day.
Riders are asked to stay with their bikes, avoid blocking entrances and while you can use the priority areas if they are not needed by others, make sure to make them available to people who need them.
There are times when the trains get very busy and because of space limitations and safety considerations, bikes are not allowed on.
Trains travelling away from Perth on weekdays between 4.30pm and 6.30pm are no-go zones if you have your bike with you.
No bicycles are allowed on trains going towards Perth on weekdays between 7am and 9am either.
It’s also important to note that bikes cannot enter the bigger stations in the CBD; Perth, Perth Underground and Elizabeth Quay between 7am and 9am and 4.30pm and 6.30pm.
You can use the other nearby stations at City West, Canning Bridge, Leederville or McIver.
So, why not make the most of Perth’s train network and take your bike further afield, or if you don’t have a bike, grab one of ours!