CircleRoute

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998 / 999
Overview
Operator Transperth
Route
Start Fremantle station
Via Murdoch station
Curtin University bus station
Oats Street station
Bayswater station
Stirling station
Shenton Park station
University of WA
End Fremantle station
Length 78 kilometres
Service
Journey time 3 hours 30 minutes

The CircleRoute is a pair of circular limited stops bus routes operated by Transperth through Perth's inner suburbs. Route 998 operates in a clockwise direction, 999 anti-clockwise.

History[edit]

The CircleRoute was introduced in two stage. On 16 February 1998 the first stage of the CircleRoute commenced operating between Fremantle and Oats Street stations.[1][2][3] On 22 February 1999, the route was extended to become a circular route.[4][5] The routes were renumbered from 98 and 99 to 998 and 999 on 31 January 2016.[6]

Fares[edit]

Since 25 November 2007, fares have been determined according to the same Transperth zonal system used by other bus routes and trains in the region, Prior to that date, the CircleRoute used its own distinct zones.[7]

Bus stops[edit]

Location Zone Serving Suburbs Route Direction Transfers
998 999
CircleRoute
Fremantle station 2 Fremantle Bus transfers, Fremantle Line
Murdoch University 2 Murdoch
Murdoch station 2 Murdoch Bus transfers, Mandurah Line
Southlands Boulevarde 2 Willetton
Curtin University bus station 1 Bentley Bus transfers
Oats Street station 1 Carlisle, East Victoria Park Armadale/Thornlie Line
Belmont Forum 1 Belmont, Cloverdale
Ascot Racecourse 1 Ascot
Bayswater station 1 Bayswater Bus transfers, Midland Line
Morley bus station 1 Morley Bus transfers
Flinders Street 1 Tuart Hill
Stirling station 2 Stirling Bus transfers, Joondalup Line
Churchlands Green 1 Churchlands
Shenton Park station 1 Shenton Park Fremantle Line
University of WA 1 Crawley
Claremont Shopping Centre 1 Claremont
Fremantle station 2 Fremantle Bus transfers, Fremantle Line

References[edit]

  1. ^ Malpeli, Gareth (5 November 1998). "Circle Bus Plan To Link Perth Suburbs". The West Australian. 
  2. ^ Launch of first stage of Transperth Circle Route bus service at Murdoch Uni Minister for Transport 16 February 1998
  3. ^ Figures show new Circle Route bus service is an outstanding success Minister for Transport 18 March 1998
  4. ^ Official inauguration of 50km extension to popular Circleroute for buses Minister for Transport 22 February 1999
  5. ^ New cross suburban Circle Route bus service gains popularity Minister for Transport 16 April 1999
  6. ^ Transperth. "Bus, Train and Ferry - Major Timetable Changes". Government of Western Australia. Retrieved 3 February 2016. 
  7. ^ Transperth Zone Boundary changes Transperth

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